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Adding the Comodo Trust Logo
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David Turvey

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October 15, 2015 - 5:09 pm
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Hello,
I’ve received instructions on how to implement the Trust Logo but am having difficulty following them.
Instructions:
Step 1: Copy the below JavaScript in your HTML page’s tag.

My problem is where to find the page in which I have to place the code between and using my FTP programme.

Once this is done, I then have to place some additional wherever I want the Trust Logo to show. I’d like to have it showing in the Footer right across my site so this bit I should be OK with as I can use one of the many Footer Blocks.

Any help with the first bit and would be much appreciated.

Regards
David

MikeL
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October 16, 2015 - 5:41 pm
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I think you can go into CMS – Static blocks and choose whichever block you want and paste the code in.

Hope this helps.
Mike

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David Turvey

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October 16, 2015 - 6:53 pm
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Thanks Mike, but I didn’t make it clear. I have to place the first bit of the Comodo code in between the tags.

I understand that the rest of the code can go into a static block of my chosing but it’s finding the tags that’s troubling me.

Regards
David

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David Turvey

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October 16, 2015 - 9:19 pm
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Hello again,

Realisation has just come to me when re-reading my two previous posts, which tend to read like jibberish.
This is because the important bit of each post has been stripped out.
I should have put this < head > and < /head >

So, my post above should read:
Thanks Mike, but I didn’t make it clear. I have to place the first bit of the Comodo code in between the < head > and < /head > tags.

I understand that the rest of the code can go into a static block of my chosing but it’s finding the < head > and < /head > tags that’s troubling me.

I hope that when I click on ‘add reply’ everything will remain visible.

Apologies for overlooking the absence of the crucial bit of info:-(

Regards
David

 

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