How do I put the completion seal on my web page?

How do I put the completion seal on my web page?

Once the self assessment has been taken and the recommended remediation tasks completed, an email will be sent to the email address associated with your account, which will include a snip-it of code to copy and paste the completion seal into your web page's design.  You may need to consult with your web designer for additional assistance.   

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