To change the logo of your to your own company logo, you need to prepare your image, then upload your image to your Workspace.
Preparing Your Logo for Upload:
First, you will need to create an image file that will look great on your website. Depending on the theme you have chosen for your , there is a specific image size that will look best.
1. Find out the right image dimensions for your logo. See this article to find out the specifications for your image size for your chosen theme.
2. Size your image appropriately. So as to not distort the image, you should crop the image or add space around the image, rather than resizing it. If you need help, contact us at , we will be happy to help.
3. Save the image as .jpg or .png. Make sure the filename has NO special characters, including no spaces. The file size should be less than 1 MB. A smaller filesize is better, so that your website pages load quickly.
4. Once you have saved a file of your company logo following these instructions, you are ready to upload it to your .
Uploading Your Logo:
1. Login to your Workspace
2. Click on Themes from the left menu.
3. You will be taken to Theme Settings
4. Scroll down to the section Extra Settings. Uncheck the checkbox for "Use shop name as logo?" (newer installed themes only)
5. Continue further down the page to the Images section, find "Logo image" and click the "Browse" button.
6. Choose the file you want to upload from your computer and click on Open. Once you have clicked Open, the file is uploaded.
7. Scroll up to the top of the page and click on Save and Apply.
NOTE: The image you upload will automatically be renamed to "logo.png".
To view your logo on your website/store:
1. Click "View Your Store" in the upper right corner of your Workspace.
2. You will be taken to your website home page. Here you will see your logo.
NOTE: If the logo image is not showing, click "Refresh" to refresh the page. If it is still not loading, please review the above steps and ensure have followed step 4, to uncheck the checkbox "Use Shop name as logo?"