Overview of the BoldGrid Site Title & Logo Customizer

In this tutorial, we will give you an overview of the Site Title & Logo tab in the BoldGrid Customizer. This tab allows you to create a custom site title, and tagline, as well as add your logo, and Icon (favicon).

Site Title & Logo tab in the BoldGrid Customizer

  1. Login to the BoldGrid Dashboard.
  2. Click the Customize link in the navigation menu.
    Customize BoldGrid site

  3. Click the Site Title & Logo tab.
    Modify Site Title in BG Customizer

    You will then be able to customize your site. Below is a brief description of the available options:

    Site TitleEnter a Site title here, for it to display on the top of the page.
    TaglineTest you enter here will display below the Site Title.
    Custom FontClick this option to modify the Font style and size.
    PositionClick this buton to modify the location of the Site Title and tagline. This is done by creating margins, and adding spacing to letters.
    Custom ShadowClick this button to customize the shadows of the Site title & Tagline.
    Site LogoClick the Select File button to upload a custom Logo. Notice: This will replace the Site Title.
    Site IconClick the Select File button to upload a custom site Icon, also known as a favicon.
  4. Click the Save & Publish button, once you have made your selections.
    Save & Publish in BoldGrid Customizer

Congratulations, now you are more familiar with the Site Title & Logo tab in the BoldGrid Customizer!

John-Paul Briones

John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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