How can I change the logotype of my dating site?

A logotype is an identifying symbol that serves the purpose of branding your site.

It also lets you get back to the homepage from any other page if you click on it.

To change the site logotype, go to your admin panel > Interface > Themes.

Select the active theme and click ‘Edit’.

This section allows site administrator to manage site logotype.

To upload another logo, browse for the necessary image that should be displayed as logotype.

Please note that the default logo size is 260*50 px.

If the image you selected is of a different size, the system will automatically fit it to the default sizes.

That’s why it may be stretched or squeezed.

You can change the logo size settings in the same site section; just make sure that it matches the site layout.

You can resize the logo picture in any picture editor.

Don’t forget to click the ‘Save‘ button at the bottom of the page.

This is how a new logotype looks like on the index (landing page | main page) page in the user mode.

In “Logotype” section you can also edit the mini logotype.

The mini logo appears on all site pages except for the Index Page (landing page | main page).

Mini logo default size is 30*30 px. Please note that the site design may be corrupted if you exceed the default sizes.

While uploading your logo images, the system will automatically adapt them to fit the indicated sizes.

If your logo doesn’t fit the required sizes, we recommend that you resize it in any picture editor.

Don’t forget to click the ‘Save‘ button at the bottom of the page.

This is how a new mini logotype looks like in the User Mode of your site.

It is possible to create a unique logotype for each language version of your site.

Choose another language tab and you will get a form to modify logotype for the selected language version.

If you don’t have a logo yet, you may order a custom one from our Experts Team. The custom logo will meet your requirements and fit your business objectives.

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