Support » Theme: ToomMorel Lite » Removing Logo at top

  • First off, beautiful theme. Thanks so much!

    I’ve been digging around for an answer but can’t seem to find one. Is there a way to remove the custom logo at the top entirely?

    All of my branding will be taken care of in the “top section image”, so the custom logo is redundant.

    I saw a post via Google where someone mentioned editing the frontpage.php file, but no specifics were given as to how to edit it.

    I’m in the early phase of this website, and really want to move forward with this theme, but that logo at the top is bugging me and I need to know if I can ditch it before I get too far.

    Thanks again,

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  • It must be via the ink themes panel in the dashboard.
    When you upload a new logo the old logo shall be replaced by new one.

    kindly mention website address as well

    Thanks for the prompt response. The website is, but right now I have the Coming Soon plugin running (not ready to show off my dirty underwear just yet 😉

    I’ve messed around extensively with all of the settings in the dashboard. The only thing I can figure out how to do is to replace it with another image of my own.

    I’d like to remove it entirely. I suppose I could replace it with a transparent image now that I think about it…

    Seems there ought to be a more “elegant” way though

    BTW, the transparent image did the trick. Ha!

    Anyhow, I’ll wait and see if a proper solution crops up. I really like this theme a lot other than that top logo

    You can likely hide that section of the page in the CSS using display: none;. Find the class to use for that code by using Firebug to look at the code on the page. Or you could modify the header.php file and remove the code that creates it. But either way, use a Child Theme — otherwise all your changes will be lost when the theme is updated.

    Good point. I’d like to give that a go. I have firebug installed, but I’m pretty new to this. Can you elaborate on how I would go about using firebug to find the class I need to edit?

    Also, thanks for pointing out to use a child theme. I’ll be sure to do that before I edit an of the code.

    Hard to know for sure without seeing the site — but I downloaded and looked at the theme code, so try putting this in your custom css file (the theme CSS file says there is one):

    .header .logo {
       display: none;

    Interesting. I do not see a custom.css file. There is a note, however, in the style.css that reads as follows:

    To make it easy to update your theme, you should not edit the styles in this file. Instead use
    the custom.css file to add your styles. You can copy a style from this file and paste it in
    custom.css and it will override the style in this file. You have been warned! 🙂

    To make matters more complicated, after further review, I’d actually like that custom logo to display on all pages except the front page, where I think it will look out of place and redundant.

    There goes my transparent image trick… :-/

    Ok, I’m learning a lot here guys. Thanks so much. Did a little research, and ended up activating jetpack on my site. So I’m up to speed on the concept of custom.css, and using the code suggested above by WPyogi def does the trick. Thanks!

    However, I would still like to know if there is a way to hide that custom image on the front page only. Perhaps something I need to edit in the frontpage.php file? I’ve been looking in there, but nothing is jumping out at me.

    I’ve also learned how to use firebug to inspect elements. Really useful. Thanks again guys. Much appreciated.

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