You're probably here because you want to create an online signature written in cursive, but you don't know where to start.
Fear not, we'll help you do it: by the end of this page, you'll actually leave with a signature written in cursive, as you can create yours on this very page.
Let's answer the #1 question that comes to mind on this subject.
Shortly, no. You can write your name in cursive, but it isn't mandatory.
More on this topic: We've actually written a detailed guide on cursive signatures that you can go and read before jumping into creating a cursive signature.
For now, let's get back to making cursive signatures.
With SignHouse, there are two different ways you can create a cursive signature from scratch with our online signature maker: drawing and using text.
Tip: Drawing your signature is the easiest way to make a cursive signature, as you can easily draw all of the lines and get the right shapes.
With the typed signature generator, you can use handwriting fonts to make your signature in cursive by typing your name with your favourite font.
Choose the best method for your preference!
Writing in cursive is the same as normal writing, but with these extra rules:
That's right about everything you need to know on writing your electronic signature in cursive.
Yes, it absolutely could be! Why: your electronic signature is not defined by how it looks. It could even be a glyph.
Your signature's validity is given by other aspects, as explained in this article of ours:
So yes, your signature can be your initials!
That could be the case too. Remember: your signature's validity is given by the following:
So whether your signature is your full name or not, it just has to be validated through an eSignature software. That's why, for instance, signatures created through Apple Notes, through your iPhone, are not legally recognized.
Feel free to read the full analysis of why your full name is not 100% required in a signature in this article.
Signing with a non-cursive signature is ok! If we're talking about digital documents, the signature will be validated by identifiable details that are separate from how it looks — that is taken care of by an eSignature software such as SignHouse.
If we're talking about physical documents:
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