PayPal Icons

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Easy question. I have my Paypal BUY button on my site. Now how do I get the visa/mastercard/paypal logos and add it to my site?
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Thanks for replying. I don't understand why paypal gives Yola a one click for adding buy button and doesn't include their log? Actually I had the credit card logos. What I was really asking for is where I find the HTML for all credit cards & 'paypal verified seal'. I didn't realize paypal is the only one that can issue it because they KNOW I am verified? Go figure.?? I was designing for 12 hours yesterday. Not with it today! All finished....thanks again for responding,
Serry
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Well verification is a whole other matter as Paypal said they were no longer offering the Paypal verified logo because it gave the impression of PayPal approval of sellers and that had been problematic. If you still wish to show the verified logo on your website check this forum for a few ways other Paypal members have done so.

https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/f...

The link that I provided on my other thread had a Paypal link first on the list... Once followed you have many choices which contain the actual HTML code to paste into an HTML widget rather than simply placing an image of the credit card icon on your site. "Solution Graphics" section might ideal for you.

https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/web...

For those not already verified the verification process is a simple process by which you attach your bank account to your Paypal account.
https://cms.paypal.com/cgi-bin/market...
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Hey Ed...I stopped using their seal...It used to show the account log in e mail and maybe it still does...I was having to change my account password once or twice a month because since hackers had the account name they were trying to hack my account......Once I removed the seal from my site that immediately stopped hackers.That was 1 1/2 years ago and I have not been prompted by PayPal to change my password because of a high number of failed attempts to log in.
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Hi, here is a PayPal image:

PayPal Credit Cards

Just right click on the image and click Save.

Sincerely,
Nathan
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ALL done and working! Thanks all!
Serry