Read below to learn more about the technical details of adding the trustmarks to your site.
Adding the main code
The main trustmark code is automatically installed by downloading the McAfee SECURE or TrustedSite app or plugin on most of our supported platforms. For custom stores or platforms where we do not offer an app, the code can often be added manually.
We recommend adding the main code to a header, footer, or a template to display the floating trustmark on all pages. The main code should only be added to any given page once. To ensure the trustmark will appear, make sure that the subdomain where the page lives is listed as one of your sites in your TrustedSite portal.
Adding the engagement trustmarks
The engagement trustmark is only available to McAfee SECURE Pro or TrustedSite Pro users. The main code must be added for the engagement trustmark to appear. The procedure for implementation will vary from platform to platform, but usually involves editing the site's page templates for SaaS platforms, or PHP or HTML pages otherwise.
We provide a variety of support articles and videos providing more details for specific platforms. Barring platform-specific restrictions, you can put engagement trustmarks anywhere on the page that you prefer in order to remind customers of your site's secure status. We recommend the page footer, checkout form, login fields, and product order buttons as locations to experiment with.
Simply modify this block of code to generate your preferred engagement trustmark.
Here is what each of the fields signifies:
Class: Select either mfes-trustmark or ts-trustmark for the desired brand. McAfee SECURE users only have access to the mfes-trustmark options, and TrustedSite Pro users can choose either.
Data-type: Used to specify which trustmark you prefer from the available class options. See the list below.
Data-width and data-height: Optional fields that can be used to modify your trustmark to the desired size in pixels. You can also specify just width or just height. By default, non-SIP trustmarks default to 120 pixels wide by 50 pixels tall and SIP trustmarks default to 320x40.
Data-ext: Optional field denoting the image format used for the trustmark. By default, the trustmark will be served as a .png file. You can specify .svg for a vector graphics image which is likely to scale better to higher resolutions.
Simply find the trustmark you prefer, and add the specified code with your preferred options in your preferred location.
If you are a McAfee SECURE Pro user, you have access to the following trustmarks:
McAfee SECURE standard trustmark: class="mfes-trustmark data-type="102"
McAfee SECURE SIP trustmark: class="mfes-trustmark data-type="103"
If you are a TrustedSite Pro user, you have access to the trustmarks above as well as the following:
TrustedSite standard trustmark: class='trustedsite-trustmark' data-type="202"
TrustedSite trustmark for form fields: class='trustedsite-trustmark' data-type="211"
TrustedSite trustmark for checkout fields: class='trustedsite-trustmark' data-type="212"
TrustedSite trustmark for login fields: class='trustedsite-trustmark' data-type="213"
TrustedSite SIP trustmark: class='trustedsite-trustmark' data-type="203"
Please note: The SIP feature is only available to McAfee SECURE and TrustedSite Pro users in the United States and Canada. For users outside these regions are advised against using the associated trustmarks.
Finally, if there is a particular page where you would like to hide the floating trustmark, you can do so by adding the following code anywhere on the page. This option is available to all McAfee SECURE and TrustedSite users.