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Adding your own business logo to your payment service's "checkout" page makes your online store look more professional and increases customer confidence. But if the logo file is not on an SSL secure server and referenced with an "https://..." type of URL, like the payment page itself, then your customer will see a browser warning message in a pop-up window, saying, "This page contains both secure and nonsecure items." Some customers may assume that the warning may mean the page is not really secure, even though the browser is simply complaining about your logo graphic file. Some customers may decide not to take the risk and abandon the order.

The solution is to host your logo graphic file on a secure server such as SecureLogo and then make sure the payment page references it with an "https" type of URL.

You can upload any .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, or .png graphic file to SecureLogo up to 100 KB (but please note the pixel size limitations below for PayPal logos). If you need to change your logo, you can log in to SecureLogo and upload a new logo at any time.

PayPal Custom Payment Page Styles

PayPal's Custom Payment Page Styles not only allow you to use a logo file up to 170 by 90 pixels, but you can also control the page colors to match your own site. You can have up to three different page styles, in case you are using the same PayPal account for different "storefronts".

To use the Custom Payment Page Styles, you must first define the styles in your PayPal account profile, giving each one a name. (Even if you only need one style, you must give it a name). If you only need one style, then you can set that style as your "primary" style (instead of the standard "PayPal" style), and it will automatically be used for all of your payment pages. If you have more than one style, then you can specify the style to use for the payment page for each item by selecting the style when you use the "button factory". (The page style can only be selected from the "Add More Options" page, so click that button after entering the basic item data on the first "factory" page.) If you have more than one style, you can set your "primary" style as the one that will apply to the greater number of buttons, and you won't need to specify the style for those buttons.

To define your page style or styles, log in to your PayPal account and then click the Profile tab (which is in the second row of tabs at the top of the page). Under the Selling Preferences heading (the righthand column of links), click on the Custom Payment Pages link, which will take you to the Custom Payment Page Styles page. From this page, you can Add, Edit, Preview, and Remove page styles, as well as make any page style your Primary style. But first, click the "Learn more" link at the top of the page, which will bring up a window that completely describes the Custom style usage. After you have read this information, return to the Custom Payment Pages form and click the "Add" button to define your first style.

To add your SecureLogo hosted image to a page style, enter the following in the box labeled "Header Image URL:"


https://secure.securelogo.com/images/(yourFile)
... where (yourFile) is your SecureLogo user name, plus the appropriate graphics file name extension (e.g., .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, or .png, depending on the file that you upload). (You don't need to copy the URL above and fix the file name: After you upload your file, on the following page there will be an exact URL that you can copy and paste.)

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Default PayPal Payment Page

Before offering the Custom Payment Page Styles, PayPal allowed you to add a small logo (exactly 150 by 50 pixels) to their payment page by entering the URL of the graphic file when you created any Buy Now, Add to Cart, Subscribe, or Donate button. With the introduction of the Custom Payment Page Styles, PayPal discontinued that as an option in the "button factory", but that option still works if the URL is passed in as one of the button inputs, named "image_url". Although we recommend that you now use the Custom Payment Page Styles as described below, your 150x50 logo will still be displayed if you add the following HTML line each botton:

  <input name="image_url" type="hidden"
   value="https://secure.securelogo.com/images/(yourFile)>
... where (yourFile) is your SecureLogo user name, plus the appropriate graphics file name extension (e.g., .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, or .png, depending on the file that you upload). (You don't need to copy the line above and fix the file name: After you upload your file, on the following page there will be an exact HTML line that you can copy and paste.)

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Other Payment Service

Other payment services and "gateways" (such as 2CheckOut and Authorize.net), frequently allow you to add your own logo to the payment page. They may also allow you to control other aspects of the payment page, such as the colors. This is typically specified somewhere in your account management setup. Please refer to the documentation for your service, but for the logo to be "secure", you will need to specify an "https://..." type of URL that points to the secure.securelogl.com domain and provides the full path to your uploaded logo:

https://secure.securelogo.com/images/(yourFile)
... where (yourFile) is your SecureLogo user name, plus the appropriate graphics file name extension (e.g., .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, or .png, depending on the file that you upload).

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