# Thread: Changing a logo on website

1. ## Changing a logo on website

I have a customer who has a client that wants their Logo updated on their website. I've never even delved into this aspect and am close to clueless.
That being said I do think it would be pretty straight forward and easy to do, but would like to hear some others opinions and if possible quick run-through of how to do it would be nice! Thanks

2. err, if they already have a logo on it, then just replace the new logo file (i.e logo.jpeg) with the new one

3. Is it a site like wordpress or wix, or built from scratch?
If the latter, assuming they have the new image file, it would need to be uploaded via FTP to wherever their server stores images. Theoretically just replacing the image should be enough, but dimensions might be different so you would have to account for this.

If you simply want to put an image within the HTML document, it would go like so:

Code:
<img src="/images/newSRLlogo.png">
It honestly depends on the CSS/HTML structure of the website, how they chose to handle their images, et cetera.

For example, my background on my website is stored at srlclarity.com/images/banner.jpg

In my CSS directory, within style.css, I have the following code:

Code:
	#header-wrapper
{
background: url('../images/banner.jpg') center center;
background-size: cover;
border-bottom: 4px solid black;
}

4. @Clarity; @Zyt3x;

Okay, so looks fairly simple, issue is I don't know the answers to your questions, nor will my client (they didn't even know account information for their software which we've spent the last week recovering).
That being said is there an easy way to finding out what they're using/ where that information is stored? I literally mean easy as in you could tell someone with no knowledge and they could figure it out. Otherwise I'll tell him he'll need to contact the person that created their web page and have them do it. They'll likely ignore all this though but figured I'd still check just for my own knowledge! Thanks for the responses!

5. Originally Posted by Clutch
@Clarity; @Zyt3x;

Okay, so looks fairly simple, issue is I don't know the answers to your questions, nor will my client (they didn't even know account information for their software which we've spent the last week recovering).
That being said is there an easy way to finding out what they're using/ where that information is stored? I literally mean easy as in you could tell someone with no knowledge and they could figure it out. Otherwise I'll tell him he'll need to contact the person that created their web page and have them do it. They'll likely ignore all this though but figured I'd still check just for my own knowledge! Thanks for the responses!
I don't have very much experience with wed stuff, but they should just contact whoever made the page for them. And then when they get that information (how to modify files on their site) write it down somewhere so they don't forget.

6. Originally Posted by BMWxi
I don't have very much experience with wed stuff, but they should just contact whoever made the page for them. And then when they get that information (how to modify files on their site) write it down somewhere so they don't forget.
Yeah, we've been working on that.. for a lot of stuff. They have very little documentation and nobody knows where anythings at. Been a huge mess, but big money for me!

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