Displaying the perfect logo is essential for attracting potential clients and visitors to your website. There are multiple aspects relating to having an attractive logo.
You have a lot of options when choosing what kind of logo you want. You can upload your own logo image, or choose one of our hundreds of free icons. Read more about Customizing Your Website Name and Logo. Here is an example of how you can do that:
The Crop Tool is a great way to make sure your logo focuses on the best part of the image, especially if you have inserted a large image to be your logo. Here you can see how to do that:
The Logo Size Slider is a fast and easy way to adjust the size of your logo in the Header. Slide right to increase and left to decrease the size of the logo, from 50 to 100 on the scale:
Another key element that can help display a larger logo is the header size tool, which can enlarge the menu section of your website, and by that, increase the logo display.
In the Design tab, click on Customize and select Advanced. In the Website Menu Navigation box, under Header Size, select your preferred option from the drop-down list. Adjusting the Header size makes the logo grow or shrink to match the new size of the header. This is an additional way to modify the logo.
If you don't have a designed logo yet, you can use our icon gallery to create your own. In the Settings tab, select Website Name and Logo, click on Choose logo then Icons. Select your preferred option from the icon library.
Once you selected an icon as a logo, a new option of logo style will open. You can set an icon and a text or only icon, add a round circle or square to the icon, etc.
If you choose to display only text for your icon logo or an icon and text, you can change the font of that text.
In the Design tab, click on Customize and select Fonts. In the Menu Fonts box, under Website Name And Logo Font, select your preferred option from the drop-down list. This lets you change the font type to one of the many options available in our system. See here how to do that: