TRADEVMAN Rating Badges

Buy a TRADEVMAN Uniform Rating Badge, one source located by Vic Vydra is:
Uniform Accessories Unlimited

Click on a Thumbnail Image in Row-1 for a Low Resolution version.
Click on a Thumbnail Image in Row-2 for a High Resolution version.

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Formatted by and courtesy of  "Chuck Seaman"

All Images - Pictures presented with Default Attributes (Default Parameters), which means Size in width and height is NOT coded in a/an HTML <img> Tag.
Should you desire to use a version, take it.

If you do use it in a webPage suggest you code in the attributes/parameters.

When you view one of the images-pictures above, to return to this page,
use your Browser Back -or- Return Button Function -or- KeyBoard ShortCut of  Alt←  (Alternate Key and Left Arrow Key)  if your browser supports shortcuts.

When you use KeyBoard ShortCuts, you'll surf faster, because if it is a return situation, the browser will usually use a 'history' page in your cache, and not go back to the server to download again, thus conserving bandwidth also, as well as being much faster.

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The Links below are to pages with both the HIGH and LOW Resolution Images
side by side, presented in a 'horizontal centered' HTML View at one-half size (50%) and the High Resolution Version at Twice Original (200%).  With 'Browser' Microsoft Internet Explorer, you may get a better perspective of the 200% view if shift to 'Full Screen' via the F11 Key.

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You can copy and paste the HTML <img> Tag Code from each specific page to a page of your making.  Just remember to use Full URL source code in your page if you use as the source.  If you put it in a page in your FTP Account Parent/Top-Level Directory/Folder you may use HTML double-dot notation/addressing.  If you should place it in a sub-directory then use an extra level of double-dot notation for each directory sub-level.  You can not go wrong by always using Absolute URL addressing/notation.  Unless you're very comfortable with Relative URL addressing/notation, suggest you skip the double-dot notation.

Double Dot Notation is HTML ShortHand and means:
the Directory/Folder Containing this Directory/Folder.
It is two dots (two period characters) and the forward slash (some call it the Solidus character / ) normally from the alpha portion of your keyboard (QWERTY) under the Question Mark (lower case), not from the numerical keypad portion. It is NOT the Vinculum (fraction slash - divide slash) character for math operation, even though you may say it looks the same.

There used to be an extensive list of code for multiple character sets at:

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