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Adding Domain Origination Certified Seal

Once the Certified Domain validation process is complete for your domain name, you need to retrieve the Domain Origination Certified Seal and then add it to your Website.

  1. Log in to your GoWebsite account.
  2. Next to Domains, click Manage.
  3. Click the domain name that passed the Certified Domain validation process.
  4. Click Get Website Seal.
  5. Select the seal you'd like to post on your website.
  6. Click Highlight Code, and then right-click to copy the code.

    If you are an Internet Explorer® user, click Copy Code.

  7. Click OK.

To Insert the Website Seal Code into Website Builder

  1. Log in to your GoWebsite account.
  2. In your Products list click Website Builder, and then click Manage next to the account you want to use.
  3. From the Design menu, select Launch Page Designer.
  4. If necessary, from the Page list, select the page you want to edit.
  5. Click the block you want to edit. Blocks are outlined in blue.
  6. Position your cursor where you want to add the Website Seal.
  7. Go to the Insert tab, and then click Script.
  8. In the Enter JavaScript text box, paste the Website seal code.
  9. Click OK.

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