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    Oct 10 2009 15:18:57

    #1

    Ian S

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 154

    Looking at a number of sites on the Marketplace, I see lots of merchants displaying the McAfee Secure logo, PCI Compliance logos, and the Thwaites logo, on the shopping cart, but not on their main websites.
    If Mals is verified under these schemes, is it allowable to have the logos on the secure cart to boost customer confidence, even if the main websites aren't verified?
    If itís ok to do this, how do you go about it?

    Thanks for any advice

    Ian



    Oct 11 2009 04:53:46

    #2

    GT

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 3207

    Premium cart under Customize / Premium customize:

    Special strings

    There are also some special strings which you can use which are replaced with following elements:

    * {im} is replaced with the words SSL SECURE PAYMENT
    * {st} is replaced with your Secure page title
    * {tx} is replaced with your Return link text
    * {ft} html for your default font
    * {th} Thawte site seal logo
    * {hs} Hackersafe logo
    * {pp} PayPal logo with cards and echecks
    * {pc} PayPal logo with cards only

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    Oct 11 2009 12:18:36

    #3

    Ian S

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 154

    Thanks GT - obvious now you've pointed it out.
    I think I'll add them to the header by changing settings in 'Logo and Header message' section, along with some text, but when I do that the layout becomes a bit of a mess.
    How would I set the header out such that say the Thwaite logo is on the left, some of my text is central, and the Hackersafe logo is on the right.
    I couldn't see any setting for PC logo - does this exist somewhere?
    Thanks again for any help you can give me

    Ian



    Oct 11 2009 13:25:16

    #4

    GT

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    Try putting the logo's in a div floating left or right.

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    Oct 11 2009 13:43:11

    #5

    Ian S

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 154

    I'm probably being incredibly stupid, but whats a 'div' ?

    And is the PCI logo available in cart setup?

    Ian



    Oct 11 2009 15:16:43

    #6

    Ian S

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 154

    Ok - worked out the 'div' (sorry my HTML knowldege is very limited).

    Still can't find the PCI logo though.



    Oct 12 2009 05:42:55

    #7

    GT

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    Never heard of a PCI logo with Mals.

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    Fast turnaround, but I do charge :)

    Mal's Forms / Scripts and the syntax are here.




    Oct 12 2009 11:09:53

    #8

    Ian S

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 154

    If Mals is fully PCI compliant, would it therefore be acceptable and legal to state this on the cart pages by way of a logo?

    We don't use the secure pages - the confidential data such as card details is handled by our payment gateway or PayPal.
    Would it be acceptable to put a PCI logo or statement on the unsecure pages (i.e. the pages where the customer enters their address etc)?

    Ian