If you've bought an SSL certificate, you can display a Website seal on your Web pages. A Website seal lets your visitors know that information they send through your website, such as payment or contact information, is secure.
There are two ways you can add a Website seal to your Web pages: You can insert a Website seal using a menu in the Page Designer. Website Builder automatically detects an SSL you associate with your domain.
Or add a Website seal by retrieving the HTML from the SSL in your account, and then pasting it into content blocks where you want it to display. You may find this method useful if you're confident that you can edit the HTML to adjust how your Website seal displays.
Website Builder automatically detects an SSL you purchased, letting you add it in the Page Designer.
Retrieve and copy the HTML for your Website seal so you can paste it into content blocks where you want to display it.
Do not use Microsoft Word®, as you will carry over unseen formatting that can cause your Web page to display incorrectly.