British Healthcare Trades Association
Digital Badge Installation Guide
The British Healthcare Trades Association has partnered with Yoshki Ltd to develop a secure digital badge using the Yoshki Digital Smart Logo service.
The BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge will allow members of the public to easily identify that a website they are visiting belongs to a genuine BHTA member.
Thanks to the software through which the badge is provided, only BHTA members can use the digital badge.
Click the BHTA / CTSI Approved Code Digital badge below to view an example of the verification information which your website visitors will see.
Yoshki’s website validation technology is a simple but important feature for the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge.
It ensures that the badge will only display on websites which are registered as belonging to approved BHTA members.
Adding the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge to your website
Adding the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge to your website is a simple and quick process.
Simply copy the associated HTML snippet and provide this to whoever administers your website. They can then paste this directly into whatever software is used to manage your site.
The default size of the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge has been set at 300px wide by 112px high.
If you require the badge in another size, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
BHTA/CTSI Approved Code Digital badge installation code
Troubleshooting and support
For the most up-to-date information or for support in installing the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge, please visit http://yoshki.freshdesk.com Or email support – email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
Q – I’ve already got the original CTSI Smart Badge on my website, do I need this one, too?
Yes, please replace the existing Yoshki code with the new snippet found above. Because this version of the Smart Badge also includes the BHTA logo, you can also remove any separate BHTA logos from your website.
Q – The link is not working/the badge does not display on my website
The digital badge will only work on websites which are already registered with the BHTA.
Also please make sure that you’re not adding the HTML to development or testing sites; the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge will only work on the specific website address provided to the BHTA.
If you receive a failed verification, contact the BHTA directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 020 7702 2141 to get your website address added.
If you are still having issues please email: email@example.com
Q – How can I display the badge on more than one website I operate?
If you operate more than one website, you must provide the BHTA with details of all the domain names via email.
Contact the BHTA directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 020 7702 2141 to get your website address added.
Q – How can I use the badge on other channels – for example, emails?
The digital badge can only be used on your website, where the verification technology will make sure it will only work for authorised members. You are not allowed to reproduce it elsewhere.
BHTA has a static version of the logos which should be used for all other media. If you need a copy email your request to email@example.com or telephone 020 7702 2141.
Q – My website is responsive; will BHTA Digital Smart logos work ok?
Yes, the BHTA/CTSI Approved Code digital badge is fully responsive and optimised for mobile websites.
Q – How are you tracking usage and what data are you recording?
Yoshki uses Google Analytics to power its reporting functionality.
Through this reporting functionality, Yoshki and the BHTA have access to the following data:
- which websites have implemented BHTA Digital Badge code. This is to help prevent inappropriate use of the BHTA Digital Badge and to see which websites have adopted the service
- how many times the BHTA Digital Badge has been clicked – this is to help manage system performance and to gain insight into usage.
Yoshki does not access, record or store any personal data such as IP addresses, page navigation behaviour, etc.
Of the information we do access – set out above – it is only ever shared between BHTA and Yoshki, to facilitate the Digital Badge service.