The first step to personalizing your template is to replace the pre-exisiting template logo with your own custom logo.  A logo is the singular most important image for your brand identity since it is a visual representation of everything your company stands for. 

So make sure it's unique; this way,  it will distiguish itself amongst the millions of other logos out there.  A logo that looks good the size of an eraser and the size of an elephant is the first step towards receiving our stamp of approval. - believe us, it's harder than it sounds!  We have created a few in-depth tutorials to get you started with your logo generation and the techniques to replace the template logo.  Check them out below:

  • How To Resize Images This is the first step to preparing your logo so it will fit into the size that's allotted for it.  In this template the shape is proportional and rectinear measuring 220 pixels wide by 180 pixels tall.  Before uploading your logo, go ahead and resize it to fit into the allotted space in this template.
  • How To Change The Logo In this in-depth tutorial, we'll walk you step-by-step through the process of replacing your logo with the pre-exisiting template logo (Joomlashack template).  This is the most common question we receive in our support desk, so make sure you don't skip this one!

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