Using the SfEP logo
If you wish to show your support of the Society's aims, please contact the membership director with details of where and how you would like to display our logo. Normally, SfEP would be delighted to encourage your use of the logo, but as some abuse has occurred we no longer permit this except where expressly authorised. This logo may only be used to link your website to the SfEP home page, and you may only use the logo graphic supplied here.
- Right-click on the graphic below and follow the instructions to save it to your computer:
- Copy and paste the following HTML code to your web page:
<a href="/" title="Visit the Society for Editors and Proofreaders" target="_blank"><img src="[FILENAME]" alt="Link to The Society for Editors and Proofreaders" border="0" width="221" height="130"></a>
[FILENAME]is the name of the image file which you have saved. If your graphic isn't in the same directory or folder as the web page, you'll need to change the
"img src="attribute to point to the image's correct location.
- Upload your web page with the new HTML and the graphic to your web server.
Please note that you may not use a screengrab taken from this website – it is likely to look very amateurish, which will reflect badly on both you and the Society.
If you want to create an ordinary text link, skip the steps above that relate to the graphic, and copy and paste the following HTML code:
<a href="/" title="Link to The Society for Editors and Proofreaders" target="_blank">Visit the Society for Editors and Proofreaders</a>
So long as you have obtained our express authorisation to do so, you may also use this logo (linked or not) as a graphic in freelance directory entries, on CVs and Facebook and LinkedIn pages and in other, similar, ways. Intermediate, Professional, Advanced Professional, Accredited and Registered Members may use logos specific to their qualifications. The SfEP Office has a supply of logos of various sizes; contact us to find out if we have what you need.
The SfEP Council reserves the right to ask for SfEP logos to be deleted when in their opinion they are being used inappropriately.