A logo is a visual representation of your business. It reflects your company’s name, message and values. Over time, your logo should be immediately recognizable to your customers, which is why The Ken offers a lot of options for customization.
This article covers the several ways that you can add and configure your logo. It also explains the difference between the global and page-specific logo.
Different Types of Logos
There are several logo types that are used in specific situations.
|Upload Favicon||Sets the default custom favicon||16*16px, 32*32px for Retina|
|Upload Logo||This logo will be used as your default logo when your header skin is dark.||200*200 px|
|Upload Retina Logo||Use this option if you want your logo to appear crystal clear on retina devices(eg. Macbook Retina, iPad, iPhone).||400*400px|
|Upload Light Logo||This option will only be used if you have a transparent header with a light skin.||200*200px|
|Upload Retina Light Logo||Use this option if your logo to appear crystal clear on retina devices (e.g. Macbook Retina, iPad, iPhone) and if you have a transparent header with a light skin.||400*400px|
|Upload Mobile Logo||This logo will be used on mobile devices.||150*150px|
|Upload Mobile Retina Logo||Use this option if you want your logo appear crystal clear on mobile retina devices(eg. iPad, iPhone).||300*300px|
|Pre-loader Overlay Logo||This logo will be viewed in the pre-loader overlay.||200*200px|
Uploading a Logo Globally
The global logo will be used across your whole website.
To upload your global logo:
Overriding the Global Logo on a Page
Instead of using one logo for the whole website, there is also an option to add a logo only to a specific page.
To upload your page-specific logo:
Adding a Logo to the Footer
To add a logo to the footer:
<img src="Link-To-Your-Logo" alt="configuring logos" />
If you have any questions regarding the logo configuration, you can contact our support staff to get the assistance.