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Site Logo

With the Site Logo feature, you upload your  logo once, and it will display perfectly in most themes, no matter how often you change.

Don’t have a logo yet? We’ve partnered with Looka (formerly Logojoy), an AI-powered logo maker, to help you create one. You can get started in WordPress.com, and Looka will guide you through the process..

Watch this video for a quick overview of how it works, and read below for more examples and details about logo settings.

  1. Open My Sites → Customize and click on the Site Identity section.
  2. Click Add Logo to open the Media Manager.
  3. Upload a new image, or select one that’s already in your Media Library.
  4. Click Set as logo, and you’ll see your logo appear in the preview window.
  5. Click the Publish button at the top right of the Customizer to activate the logo on your site.

Add Logo button

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Create a logo with Logojoy

WordPress.com has partnered with Looka to make it easy for you to create a stunning logo in just seconds. Looka empowers anyone to get professional quality design quickly, and at a price they can afford. To get started:

  1. Open My Sites → Customize and click on the Site Identity section.
  2. Click Create Logo to go to the Logojoy website.
  3. Enter the name of your company or blog and click Get Started.
  4. Enter your industry and click Continue.
  5. Choose examples of things you like from the selection of logo styles, colors, and icons presented.
  6. Pick your favorite logo from the selection of logos tailored to your identity.
  7. Create an account with Looka and purchase your custom logo. After completing the purchase, you’ll receive your logo files, including high-res PNGs.
  8. Follow the steps described in the “Adding your Site Logo” section above.

Create logo button

Changing or Removing your Logo

Once a logo has been set, you can change or remove it using the Remove Logo and Change Logo buttons. Once you’re satisfied, be sure to click the Save & Publish button at the bottom right to preserve your logo settings.

Change or remove logo buttons

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Hiding the Site Title and Description

Once you have a logo, you might not need your theme to display your site’s title in regular text. But titles are good for SEO! Rather than leaving the title blank, you can hide it: below the Site Logo tools in the Customizer, you will see a checkbox labeled Display Site Title and Tagline. To hide your site title and description, leaving just the logo, uncheck this box, then click Save & Publish.

Display site title and tagline

Theme Support

To see all the themes that are supported, check out the Site Logo filter on the Theme Showcase.

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