Changing the banner/logo in PHP-Fusion
By default PHP-Fusion has their logo at the top of the site. This logo can be customized to your liking. In order to change the logo, you will need to be able to access the server files to upload your own image. The Default image can be seen in the snapshot to the right.
The default banner/logo has a transparent background and is in PNG format. Below is the default logo and a sample log we will replace the default with. You will want to edit the Default banner/logo to retain the original size and file format. The default size of the banner is 255 x 89.
After you have your banner/logo is finished, follow the steps below to change the banner on your site.
Steps to change the banner/logo
- Upload your image to the images folder in your PHP-Fusion document root directory.
- Log into your PHP-Fusion Admin Panel and go to Admin panel > Settings > Main.
- The Site Banner box will show the location of the banner/logo on the server. (See image to the right)
Rename the following:
- Click Save Settings.
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Changing the PHP-Fusion Appearance
|1.||Modifying the Footer in PHP-Fusion|
Main site settings and appearance options
|2.||PHP-Fusion Main Site Settings Overview|
|3.||Editing the site introduction in PHP-Fusion|
|4.||Modify the sub-footer in PHP-Fusion|
|5.||Changing the banner/logo in PHP-Fusion|
|6.||Modify the copyright footer in PHP-Fusion|
Changing PHP-Fusion themes
|7.||Switching your PHP-Fusion theme|
|8.||How to install a free theme to your PHP-Fusion site|
2014-06-09 7:58 am
Your articles are very helpful. I'm happy to be an IMH customer (sharec5). I have changed the logo and it shows fine in Firefox. However, the logo won't showup in IE 10. Would you know why it doesn't show? Thanks for any help!
2014-06-09 12:01 pm
Thank you for your question. There seems to be an issue with IE10 displaying .png files.
Here is a link to a workaround I found in the Official PHP-Fusion forums.
If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.