Certified PRO Network

Can I use the Certified PRO red badge in my website, blog or email signature?

Yes. Members of the Certified PRO Network are encouraged to display the certification in websites, blog, e-mail and other places where their names appear.

Yes. If you are a member of the ProZ.com Certified PRO Network, you can show the certification in your website, your blog, your e-mail signature and other places where your name appears in two different ways:

  1. by adding the Certified PRO rounded icon next to your name, and    
  2. by inserting the Certified PRO Network badge that displays your membership and the language pair(s) in which you have been certified.

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How-to display Certified PRO rounded icon

To insert the Certified PRO icon into any webpage (your website, blogs, etc.), use the following HTML content code:



If you would like the icon to link directly to your ProZ.com profile, use the code below.

<a href="YOUR-PROFILE-URL" target="_blank"><input type="image" src="http://cfcdn.proz.com/file_resources/other/f93e6f182d6a876a1fca8dfa8109c8ea_CPNlogosmall.jpg" /></a>


Important: replace  YOUR-PROFILE-URL with your ProZ.com profile URL.

To use rounded icons as part of your email signature, follow e-mail service provider instructions.

How-to display Certified PRO badge

Adding badge to ProZ.com profile bio and other web pages

To insert and show the Certified PRO Network badge in the "Bio" section of your ProZ.com profile, follow the steps bellow. Using the badge in other web pages will require the same steps in most cases.

1. Click here to open the badge generator tool and generate the code for your own badge.

2. Open the "Bio" editing section in your Profile Updater and enable the WYSIWYG editor.

3. Enable code view and insert the code you generated:

4. Disable the code view and confirm that the badge image appears correctly before saving your changes.

Important: to use this badge in your website, blog, forum, email signature, etc., first you will need to originate the badge image following the steps above and then use that image as a static embedded component:

Gmail signature (example):