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Im trying to place a link to the apple & google play stores

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Im trying to place a link to the apple & google play stores on our site, so that our new app can be downloaded. It is to be placed in the secondary widget area, but I don't know how to load the app store logos
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Programming
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I was hoping to hear from someone before now. Unfortunately, I can't wait and did mention this was urgent. Please now cancel my request and refund my deposit.
Expert:  Russell H. replied 1 year ago.

Hi, thank you for contacting My name is Russell. I am sorry to hear that your urgent need for an answer was not met in time (possibly owing to the hour being late in the evening in most of the US?) I think you still deserve some sort of an answer, though your request to cancel has been noted.

App store logos would need to be

1. located and displayed in a web browser

2. right-clicked on, each logo or image file, and

3. Save Image As option chosen, and

4. a location chosen to save the logo image file on your local hard disk.

5. Then, you would need to upload each logo file to you site (if that is allowed? perhaps you have to reference the logos in-place in Google's system, in which case steps 3 and 4 above would read:

choose the Copy Image Location option, then Paste that URL address for the logo file into your website as a link, e.g. <IMG URL=url/url/url/url> more or less, where url/url/url/url would be the Copy'd and Paste'd logo image file.).... so I guess, if you could do that, you could forget about uploading the file, and just provide a link to it on your site. This depends upon Google policies.

Expert:  Russell H. replied 1 year ago.

As for your request for a cancel and a refund of deposit, as a Expert, I have no power over such matters.

For all issues of billing, payment, subscription terms and status, etc., I must refer you to Customer Support at, which may be contacted through:

They will no doubt address your concern, if you contact them, with reasonable promptness.