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[Resolved] The Morning After Logo Uploads

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  • futurepocket
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    @futurepocket

    Browse to the theme folder on your server, which should be under wp-content/themes/morningafter and under images, you should find a logo image file. Upload YOUR logo image file there and replace the default one.

    I apologize for my total ignorance, but I don’t know what “browse to the theme folder on your server” means. How, exactly, do I do this? Sorry again for being so dense.

    futurepocket
    Member

    @futurepocket

    It’s okay. Alright, wherever you are hosting the website, you can browse to your cPanel usually by going to:

    http://yourdomain.com/cpanel/

    After logging into cPanel, go to the file manager. From there, click on public_html and if you installed WordPress to your main directory, browse to wp-content/themes/morningafter/images and inside that folder, there should be a logo file. Replace that logo image with your custom logo and it will replace the logo on the website. You can also accomplish this using a FTP software such as FileZilla, which will allow you to remotely access your server.

    Thank you so much! I’m going to bed now – 6:20 AM here – but I’ll try it first thing tomorrow. I’ll write to let you know how it went. Thanks again!

    Followed your instructions, but there was no logo file!

    I called HostGator, and a great support person spent 45 minutes with me to solve the problem. He said a plug-in was “hi-jacking” my uploads. He had me upload my logo to images, then copy it into public_html. That worked.

    Thank you for all your help. It means a lot that good people like you are out there.

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