Add a custom Verification webseal to your website.

Consumers and real estate professionals often ask the Master Inspector Certification Board to verify that an inspector is a Certified Master Inspector®. You can add a custom webseal to your website that allows visitors to verify this for themselves.

Instructions are as follows:

  1. Switch your browser to Chrome. You probably don’t have to, but these directions were tested using Chrome.
  2. Find yourself on the CertifiedMasterInspector.org website here: http://certifiedmasterinspector.org/find-a-certified-master-inspector/  You can search for your name by entering our ZIP/Postal code, by entering your city and state/province, or by browsing by last name.  For demonstration purposes, we will use the Master Inspector Certification Board’s Executive Director, Nick Gromicko.
  3. Once you find your name, click on the little blue “C” at the bottom right of your contact information:Nick-Gromicko-Certified-Master-Inspector-Webseal-code
  4. A page with a light grey box will appear.  Copy and paste the HTML code from that box and onto your website where you’d like the “Verify” webseal to appear.  If you don’t know how to add HTML code to your website, you will have to contact your webmaster for help.
  5. On your website, the round Verification webseal logo will appear.  It looks like this:
  6. When a visitor clicks on the logo, a page will appear in a new window verifying that you are a Certified Master Inspector®.  The page includes the Certified Master Inspector’s® contact information, including live links to your email address and website.  The page looks like this:nick-gromicko-certified-master-inspector-verified
  7. When the visitor closes the page, he/she is returned to the Certified Master Inspector’s® inspection business website.

Certified Master Inspector® Brian Burleson created the following alternative Verification webseal logo:

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You can add this custom webseal to your website that allows visitors to verify this for themselves by following the aforementioned steps but then changing your HTML code slightly.  For demonstration purposes, we will use the Master Inspector Certification Board’s Executive Director, Nick Gromicko.  Here is his HTML code:

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Change this PNG link address listed in your HTML code:

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Replace it with the link address of the alternative Verification webseal logo above.  You can capture that line by right clicking the alternative Verification webseal logo above and click on the “Capture Link Address” option.

After you replace the link address of your HTML code, paste the HTML code onto your website where you’d like the “Verify” webseal to appear.  If you don’t know how to add HTML code to your website, you will have to contact your webmaster for help.

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