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How to Add A Signature to All WordPress Posts

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You know how almost every blog you read (in this niche) has the blogger’s “signature” at the bottom of the post? I did that in Blogger and in WordPress, but I’ve also changed my design a million times and changed my signature a few times as well. This means that an old post will not have a signature that matches my current color scheme. Petty, I know, but color coordinating is important to me! I knew there was a way to back-annotate all old posts with the same signature, I just never got around to figuring it out. Somehow, this task floated to the top of my to-do list one day, and I did it! And it worked! And even better, I was able to add my social media follow buttons as well! The angels are singing! So then of course, my next thought was “Can I make this into a blog post?” Why yes, I can! And here it is! (Enough exclamation points yet?) So. Here’s my tutorial on how to add signatures to all wordpress posts!

Tutorial on how to add custom signatures to the end of all blog posts, old and new. Includes code snippet!

NOTE: This tutorial will add a signature to ALL your posts, old and new.  If you already have a signature in your old posts, your posts will show two signatures, so user beware, this may force you to go back and remove all those old signatures.  I don’t have a magical plan to do that yet, and yes, I actually gritted my teeth and went through all my old posts and removed the code manually.  eek.

1.  First, you need a signature.  You can use PicMonkey or Gimp or Photoshop or any other piece of software to create an image of your name, or whatever you want to sign off as, SuperWoman, the Baby Whisperer, whatever floats your canoe.

2.  Upload your image to your media library, and make a note of the direct URL to that image.  You’ll need that info in a bit.

3.  We’ll be messing with your functions.php file, so you’ll need to know where that is and how to get to it.  Some themes will allow you to edit the functions.php file as an override, like mine does.  Most themes should allow you to edit the file directly by going to your Dashboard -> Appearances -> Editor.  On the right hand side, you might see a functions.php to click on and edit.  If neither option works for you, you’ll have to go to your blog host, and FTP the file to your computer, edit it, then upload it back to your server.  You should be able to find the file in your /wp-content/themes hierarchy.

CAUTION!  Editing your functions.php file *can* kill your site.  Not KILL off-the-server kill, but mistakes in editing can cause your site to not load at all.  So, make sure you have your blog backed up, and as you are editing, refresh and preview the changes in a separate window, so in case something goes wrong, you can just go back to your dashboard and erase your updates, re-save and get your site back online.

4.  Now let’s look at the code you’ll be adding to your functions.php file.

Code to add a Signature to Posts

Replace the “INSERT IMAGE URL HERE” with the URL of your uploaded signature image file.

// Add Signature Image after single post
add_filter('the_content','add_signature', 1);
function add_signature($text) {
 global $post;
 if(($post->post_type == 'post')) 
    $text .= '<div class="signature"><img src="INSERT IMAGE URL HERE"></div>';
    return $text;


Code to add a Signature to Posts and Pages

If you want to also add the signature at the end of pages, you’ll add a condition to the IF statement. Replace the

if(($post->post_type == 'post'))


if(($post->post_type == 'post') || ($post->post_type == 'page'))

Here’s the full snippet:

// Add Signature Image after single post
add_filter('the_content','add_signature', 1);
function add_signature($text) {
 global $post;
 if(($post->post_type == 'post') || ($post->post_type == 'page'))
    $text .= '<div class="signature"><img src="INSERT IMAGE URL HERE"></div>'; 
    return $text; 


Code to add a Signature and Social Media Follow buttons

I wanted to get even fancier and add my social media follow buttons at the bottom of every post/page as well.  My whole set of buttons is covered by an image map.  Check out this post to see how to set one up for yourself.  The image map comes with two tags, one that starts with <img id=”….”> and one that starts with <map id=”…”>  Add the map tag to your template head – you only need it on your site once for all image maps of that particular id to work.  Then the img tag is added to your signature function where it says “Insert Image Map Tag Here”.

// Add Signature Image after single post and page
add_filter('the_content','add_signature', 1);
function add_signature($text) {
global $post;
if(($post->post_type == 'post') || ($post->post_type == 'page')) 
   $text .= '<div class="signature"> <div><img src="INSERT SIGNATURE URL HERE"></div>
   <div>INSERT IMAGE MAP IMG TAG HERE</div></div>';
return $text;

Here is what my code looks like:

// Add Signature Image after single post and page
add_filter('the_content','add_signature', 1);
function add_signature($text) {
 global $post;
 if(($post->post_type == 'post') || ($post->post_type == 'page')) 
   $text .= '<div class="signature"> 
      <div><img style="border: 0px;" alt="" 
         width="187" height="49" border="0" /></div>
      <div><img id="Image-Maps_8201307132041164" alt="" 
         usemap="#Image-Maps_8201307132041164" width="300" height="55" border="0" />
 return $text;


Setting Display Priority

If you use any plugins to show related content at the bottom of your posts, you may hit the problem of having the signature show BELOW the related content, when you really want the signature to show just after your written post. To fix that, you’ll need to lower the priority of the related content plugin. I use the nRelate plugin, so my code look like this:

remove_filter( 'the_content', 'nrelate_related_inject', 10 );
remove_filter( 'the_excerpt', 'nrelate_related_inject', 10 );
add_filter( 'the_content', 'nrelate_related_inject', 999 );
add_filter( 'the_excerpt', 'nrelate_related_inject', 999 );

You’ll notice that in the Signature function, you’ve set the ‘add_signature’ function to a priority of 1. Setting the related content to a priority of 999 will ensure it’s displayed below your signature.

If you use a different related-content plugin, you’ll need to Google the function name to use in this code snippet.

Well, this looked complicated, but it really isn’t too bad.  Give it a try and let me know how it goes!  Ask questions, share tips, I’d love to hear how it works for you.  Want to see more blogging tips?  Here on over to my Blogging Tips page to see more, or start with the ones below!

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  1. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet

    Again, thank you thank you thank you for this amazing tutorial, ChiWei! As much as messing with the functions.php file scares me to death, I feel like I can do it after reading this step by step tutorial. It’s on the to do list for January! Pinned and duly noted.


  2. chantel@mudpunch

    My question is… If you add a signature and you have a plug-in that adds a “pin it” button to each image, how to do exclude your signature from being pinned? Right now, my signature gets mostly covered by my pin it button when you rollover it. I know there’s a way to exclude it, but I just can’t find it.

  3. ChiWei

    Chantel, good question! It depends on the plug-in that you use. I won’t be able to answer how to disable your particular plugin for a specific image. But Pinterest offers an official pin-it button that shows up when you hover over the image. That pin-it button can be disabled with the no-pin=”nopin” attribute inside the tag. You can try using the nopin=”nopin” attribute and see if it works with your plugin. Let me know if that works!

  4. Bridget McGahen

    Man… I really want to try this, but I’m scared to mess something up!

  5. Rachael

    I am curious “where” in the function.php I need to put the code…..mine is not showing up

  6. ChiWei

    Hi Rachel, I add code at the bottom. My functions.php has a at the end. Then all of my functions go in between. The signature one happens to be the last function in my list.

  7. ChiWei

    Just make sure you have a backup, and do one thing at a time, and *remember* what you did, so you can backtrack one thing at a time. Also, keep your WordPress window open the whole time. I screwed up a few times, and my site wouldn’t load, but I kept my WordPress dashboard open, so I just went back in and deleted the small change I made and then reloaded the site in a separate window.

  8. Rachael

    Ok, thanks! Should the signature show up retroactively or only on new posts from here on out?

  9. Kimberly (Manifest Yourself)

    Love this tutorial! Still afraid to go on the backend and make edits…but I pinned this for future use!

  10. patty

    will this work on self-hosted WordPress?

  11. Sierra

    I really want to do this, but when I read all of this is, I get scared lol

  12. Shawnda

    This info is great! Putting it on my to-do list. Thanks!

  13. ChiWei

    No problem!

  14. ChiWei

    It’s not bad, promise 🙂

  15. ChiWei

    That’s what I’m using, so yes. I’m not sure if it’ll work on the free WordPress or Blogger though, since I don’t know if they have function.php files. Actually, on Blogger, there’s a different way to add a signature, but I think it’s only for future posts.

  16. ChiWei

    Thanks for the pin Kimberly!

  17. ChiWei

    It should show up on all posts, new and retroactive.

  18. Renee

    Just tried this, a few times, and it doesn’t work for me. All I see is the URL code at the end of my posts. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? I just uploaded a simple text that I created in PicMonkey.

  19. ChiWei

    Hmm, I think I see what I did wrong. You need to use an “img src” tag for your URL, instead of just the URL. I don’t think I was clear on that in the instructions. Let me change that now, and see if that helps.

  20. Kimberly H. Smith

    I’m a little scared that you’ve been spying on me! LOL I have been wanting to add a signature to my posts all week and just haven’t gotten around to it.

  21. Renee

    hi! thanks so much for replying. So, now I’m not getting the URL, I’m getting a small square blue box with a ? in it.
    Not sure what it means.

  22. ChiWei

    Yup, that means it can’t find the image itself. Check your URL and make sure you can type it into a new window and the image comes up. There might be a typo.

  23. Tenns @ New Mama Diaries

    Thanks so much for this! I was able to deactivate yet another plugin on my site. Here’s to hoping it will run a bit faster. I try to operate off of as less plugins as possible.

  24. ChiWei

    Yay for deactivating plugins! I’ve realized I’m sorta anti-plugin, so hurrah for kindred spirits!

  25. ChiWei

    Oh, the things on my to-do list… Glad to help you out Kimberly!

  26. Britton

    Thank you SO much for this! I have the signature now live, but a question…how do I get it centered in the post? I’m sure I need to add the code somewhere, but I’m not quite sure where…

  27. Britton

    …and now I need help trying to figure out how to NOT get it to show up on the blog homepage after the page break. I hope you see this and can help out! Thanks!

  28. ChiWei

    Hmm, I’m not sure how I have it centered, but I would think a center tag may work inside the div tags. As for where it shows up, that’s the part about post-type==post or post-type==page. You can just limit it to post-type==post so it shouldn’t show up on the front page. I don’t know if that will work though, as I did not encounter those issues. Sorry!

  29. ChiWei

    Hi Britton, I found it! In your css file, you need to find where the signature formatting is, and add

    text-align: center;
  30. Paige

    I’m wanting to add the social media buttons to my signature. When you say template head do you mean in the style.css?

  31. ChiWei

    Paige, if you’re on Blogger, the image map code can go into your page template. On WordPress, if you use Genesis, there should be a section in the Genesis theme settings where you can add code right before the end head tag. Basically, it’s wherever you put any Google Analytics or Pinterest code.

  32. Paige

    Thanks so much!

  33. Charisse Murray

    thank you so much. a great help. any suggestions on how to get or diy button? i dont have one yet.

  34. ChiWei

    I’m not sure I understand the question Charisse. What do you mean by a diy button?

  35. Ashley

    THANK YOU! This worked perfectly! 🙂

  36. ChiWei

    Yay!! You’re welcome, and I’m glad it worked out!

  37. John

    Thanks for this great tutorial.
    How to EXCLUDE custom post types and get the signature only for standard posts?

  38. ChiWei

    I’m sorry, I don’t know. I don’t use custom post types (yet).

  39. Joy

    Thank you! It worked perfectly and I use nRelate also.

  40. Amy

    Thank you for a very helpful tutorial!

  41. ChiWei

    You’re welcome Amy!

  42. ChiWei

    Great to hear!

  43. 50Peach

    Woohoo! I did it and didn’t break anything! I love my new signature. Thank you so much. xox

  44. ChiWei

    Woohoo! I love when that happens, or rather, when nothing bad happens 🙂 Yay!

  45. Gabrielle

    I’m going to try this tonight! Is there any way to exclude a post ID, in case I want to manually add a different image for specific posts?

  46. ChiWei

    Hi Gabrielle, since the code is in the php file, I don’t know how to exclude posts. There may be a way to do it by post ID, but I don’t know the details.

  47. Tiffany Jones

    Thank you so much for the sweet tutorial! I am just beginning this blog adventure and appreciate the assistance from wonderful fellow bloggers like yourself!

  48. ChiWei

    You’re welcome Tiffany!

  49. Paige @ Reasons to Come Home

    I’m having a hard time finding the function name for Simple Share Button Adder to move it below my signature. Do you have any suggestions? Thank!

  50. ChiWei

    Paige, I’m sorry but I’m unfamiliar with the share button plugins so not sure what it would be called.

  51. Kathleen Barrett

    I followed these directions but now TWO signatures show up?

  52. ChiWei

    Hey Kathleen, make sure you are only adding one image into your php code. The other reason might be because you already have a signature in your post. This code does not remove anything that may already be there, but it will add a signature to every post, old and new. So, I had to go back and remove the signatures from all my old posts.

  53. Tipsbangla

    Great tips saves my time and work great.

  54. Bianca

    Hi ChiWei! Thank you so much for this helpful information. I tried it and … it works! Greetings from Germany, Bianca

  55. ChiWei

    Woohoo!! So glad it works for you!

  56. Serena

    never mind I fixed it! I copied the wrong link! Thanks for the tutorial! 🙂

  57. Abhishek

    A new plugin has been added to the WordPress directory. You can use it to create a form, a signature or just add some text at the end of each post using html and javascript through this plugin.

    Here is the link given to the plugin:

  58. Brenda

    Thank you so much! I just added a signature to my blog with the help of your post.

  59. ChiWei

    Yay! I love success stories, thank you for sharing!

  60. Anne Krietlow

    Thank you so much for the great info! Pinning it!

  61. Emma

    Wow what a great article, I just managed to have my own signature without a plugin!
    Great tutorial, keep up the good work!!

  62. hasee

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! I love using signature on blog but wondered these days how. This helped me the best …

  63. a-girlwithacamera

    thank you very much- this was super helpful! i’m a beginner blogger and this was very easy to follow 🙂

  64. Tara

    I want to do this, but I’m confused on which file to put it in, as I have a functions.php (which has PLEASE DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE) written in it, and admin-functions.php, which does not say that. I’ve backed up my site, but I’m still nervous and want to make sure I don’t mess anything up.

  65. ChiWei

    This goes into your functions.php file. Make a backup for sure and to be extra careful, you should know how to access that file through your host’s cpanel so that if something goes wrong, you can manually get into the file and change it back.

  66. ChiWei

    Glad to be of help!

  67. Jenia

    Thank you for posting this ChiWei! The code worked like a charm 🙂

  68. ChiWei

    Glad to hear it!

  69. Karen @ Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

    Great tutorial! The signature worked perfectly. One question, though – where is the code to change the plugin you referenced (nRelate)? I have, and I can’t find where to change the display priority. Thank you!





  71. ChiWei

    I think the code will be different for each type of plugin so I wouldn’t know where to start with So sorry!

  72. sarah gorsuch

    Hi! Thanks for this info! I’m getting the same box with a question mark. I just clicked on the URL from Pages and it took me to the file in Dropbox. Not sure what I did wrong?

  73. Sarah Gorsuch

    One more question: when my parent and/or child theme automatically updates, will my signature still be there? Thanks!!!

  74. ChiWei

    I’m actually not sure Sarah! It depends on the child theme I would guess. I use a php editor that overwrites my child themes so it’s not dependent on it, but your setup may be different!

  75. Kimberly Gauthier


    Is there a way to hyperlink the signature image so that people can click on it and go to a new page? Thanks!

  76. Andrea

    Hi there!
    This is super – thanks so much for posting it. Maybe a stupid question but I’m still wiggling my way around editing code and wondering if you might be able to help me sort out how to get the signature to be a bit higher up on my “home” and “information” pages? Those seem to be the only places it shows up quite a bit further down the page. Otherwise it looks great under my individual blog posts (not live yet). So loving this!

    Thanks bunches!

  77. ChiWei

    Hi Andrea, sorry I can’t help you with your specific issue as I’m not familiar with your setup. Thanks for stopping by!

  78. Haley

    Thank you SO much for this post, it’s exactly what I was looking for and it works perfectly! Quick question for you – on some of my posts I add a “read more” break to users can click through to get the full content. However, on the blog home page, the signature still shows up underneath the Read More link on those posts. Is there a way to remove it from the main blog page, and only have it show up on the actual post pages? REALLY appreciate you showing us this trick!

  79. Jeri

    Thanks so much for this easy to follow instructions! I have been wanting to do this for awhile now. I was wondering if I can add the coding to CSS style sheets instead? Thanks again.

  80. Mieke

    Same problem here! Thanks for letting us know what to do next 😉

  81. Cami

    Did it! And it worked perfectly the first time! Thanks for sharing this awesome and super easy tutorial! Now I just have to go through and delete my old signatures 😉

  82. ChiWei

    Think of it as ‘spring cleaning’ 🙂

  83. ChiWei

    This code is meant for a .php file which alters/adds functional code. A CSS style sheet only controls how something is displayed on your site, so this code would not work in a .css file. Hope that helps!

  84. ChiWei

    Yup, you’ll just want to make sure that you only set the conditional to ‘posts’ and not ‘posts and pages’ – I show both sets of code up at the top. Specifying ‘posts’ should take it off the main page.

  85. Haley

    Thanks for the reply! Sorry to keep bothering you with this, however I do not say ‘pages’ anywhere in my code and the signatures still show up – Here’s my code:

    //* Add Signature Image after single post
    add_filter(‘the_content’,’add_signature’, 1);
    function add_signature($text) {
    global $post;
    if(($post->post_type == ‘post’))
    $text .= ”;
    return $text;

    You can see it here:
    Any advice is much appreciated 🙂

  86. ChiWei

    I’m sorry, I’m not sure why this is happening. The only thing I can think of is maybe you have the whole post published on your home page? And maybe somehow, the code thinks that is a post, even though it sits on the front page? Sorry I’m not extra helpful!

  87. Hez

    Thank you!!

  88. Bryn @Gleaningful

    I did it!! Thank you Thank you Thank you!!! This is the only post on Pinterest that I could find of signature tutorials! It took me an hour to create the image, resize it, find the editor, copy paste left and right, and press update!!! It worked the first time. I did a happy dance in the living room! Again thanks so much for this tutorial! Definitely pinned 🙂

  89. Rachel Wei

    Thank you so much for sharing how to add signature on every page and post! I tried myself, it really works & looks so good! The info. you provide for us is so useful here! Very appreciated!

  90. Nicki Lewis

    This is exactly what I needed. Total life saver. Thank you 🙂

  91. Lorelle

    Great job but the problem with this is that it doesn’t recognize the is_single() condition, so the signature appears on multiple post pageviews UNDER the “read more” feature, which is odd. Could you adjust the code and take that into account? Thanks!

  92. ChiWei

    Hi, sorry, but I can’t, as I’m not a PHP expert. I’m just sharing what worked for me.

  93. ChiWei

    Yaaaay!! So glad to hear it worked for you! I would totally do a happy dance too 🙂

  94. Kelly

    It worked! Thank you for the instructions and code. This is the first time I’ve touched my function php file and I was nervous, but it put my signature in there perfectly. One more thing to cross off my list before launching my new site. 🙂

  95. Nicki Lewis

    How can I show the signature on some pages but remove it from others?

  96. Jessica

    Amazing tutorial. I am terrible with code but dared to try this on my own and it worked!!! Thanks so much!

  97. Jessica

    Wow! This tutorial is completely idiot proof! Thanks so much!

  98. Brittney

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! It worked so seamlessly for me. One quick question, the signature shows up on the left hand side and all my text is centered, is there a way to make the signature centered as well?

  99. ERFmama

    Thanks for a great tutorial! 🙂
    I am currently using a simple plugin called Optin forms which I found very simple, but thank you very much for this very educational post! I’ve learned a few new things and that’s never bad. 😀

  100. michelle

    Thank you for this amazing tip.. worked perfect! and to centre i inserted div align=”center” into the div 🙂

    Thanks 🙂

  101. Edward Mijarez

    Very Nice Jahbobclato!
    Thank you,

  102. Val

    Thanks for the help! I was looking something like that and it works great!
    I was wondering if there is any way to deactivate in from specific posts? I have a sticky post on the top of my blog and I don’t want to be visible in that part.

    Thanks again

  103. Marieka

    Thank you so much for this post! It worked perfectly! I, unfortunately, didn’t find your post first. I read multiple others that did nothing. Your guide was easy to understand and did the trick! Thanks again!!

  104. Lara

    please tell me there is a way to fix this, i attempted this and now my dashboard is a blank white page with nothing, i can not access anything! please help! I did it just like you said!

  105. Diane

    Remarkable! Its truly awesome paragraph, I have got much clear idea concerning
    from this paragraph.

  106. Anna Smith

    Thank you for this post! I have added a signature two different times now due to updates deleting it. You’re instructions are fantastic!

  107. Kayla Pearce

    You seriously saved my life! This was such a great tutorial!

  108. Merri Dennis

    Thanks so much for these code snippets. I’ve tried this before, but didn’t have the extra code to change the priority.

  109. Lola

    Thanks so much for this tip! I really wanted to add an image signature to my posts and I couldn’t find a code that worked, but yours did!

  110. Molly

    I tried to add your code, it wouldn’t work at all for me.
    I saved my code incase something happen, but everytime i go to load my admin page to sign on, it says “server down” and i cant even log in to change my code back to normal! What do I do now?

  111. Megan

    This exact thing just happened to me! Help!

  112. Kae

    Thank you! I’m not the least bit tech-savvy and after much searching, I found your post and your easy to follow guide gave me the confidence to edit my functions.php.

  113. Mahriya

    Thank you so much for this post, it is exactly what I’m looking for.
    I’m currently using WordPress and my site is hosted on there. I’m running the Adelle theme and was following your instructions, as you would, and then I was stuck. When I accessed my WordPress Dashboardand clicked on Appearance there was no subheading ‘Editor’. Please reply, I really would appreciate it.

  114. ChiWei

    I use a theme that uses the Genesis framework. If your theme does not, then it could look different.

  115. Mahirya

    Oh, okay, thanks for the help, much appreciated!

  116. Bri

    Finally! I have been looking for helpful/useful tutorials for adding simple coding, but none of them seem to work for me. It’s probably me haha. But yours worked! So thank you.

  117. Nicole

    Is this the same process for adding the same thing at the end of all blog posts? I want to add the same image to the end of every blog post.

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  119. Abby

    I messed something up and now I can’t get my wordpress admin dashboard to open up at all! It has the http 500 internal error and I don’t know what to do to go in and fix it. Thanks for your help

  120. Tiera

    THIS IS AWESOME! I was a little nervous editing the functions.php file as I have never done this before, but it worked perfectly. I also used the “align” and “width” tags I remembered from Computer Science 101 in college to make my signature look exactly like it did when I manually added it to every post. I love this because if I post using the WordPress app I can’t add the signature…but this does it for me. I have to go back and removed the signature from all my old posts, but since I’ve only been blogging 3 months it won’t be too bad. Nothing compared to the time this will save me in the future!

  121. Merina Navarro

    Thanks for the tutorial ChiWei!!
    One problem I have, hoping you may know how to fix it…It shows my signature as the picture for the post, even when there are other pictures before it. Here’s the link to show you as I cannot explain it well enough,
    How can I make it not display my signature in this way?

    Thank you!

  122. ashley

    You are amazing! I know absolutely nothing about any of this and I DID IT! Thank you so much!

  123. ashley

    Did you ever figure out how to do this? Or can someone help me please? My signature is at the bottom of each post but each post has a read more line through it on the home page and my signature is also showing up there which looks kind of messy. I need to figure out how to only make it show on the full post. Site is

  124. Meg

    Thanks so much for this post! I looked for a number of image based plugins on WP but didn’t find anything that wasn’t interactive/simple! I just followed your instructions and initially got it incorrect – I used the image URL with in the library URL, not the image “alone on the planet” URL. As soon as I switched them, it worked. Thanks so much! 🙂 Meg from South Africa

  125. Sofia Carvalho

    Thanks for the amazing post but i’m looking to put a message to all my posts not a signature. Its the same thing? Thanks

  126. Pim

    Does it only work for WordPress or also works on Blogger as well?

  127. Kat

    Thanks! Worked perfectly for me 🙂

  128. 3ee

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