Creating A Logo
A logo represents the service you offer. This graphic design could be used for various purposes like for advertising and marketing materials, profile image on social media and more. With this, people could easily identify you and the service you offer. Many would certainly agree that for creating your logo “simpler is better”. You don’t have to spend anything on your logo for there are free online tools that you can use like the one on this tutorial. However, you are always free to pay a graphic professional for your logo.
Creating an Account in Online Logo Maker
Creating a Simple Logo
Select from the many categories available and go for one that is close to your niche.
Every element you use or select will be placed on the Working Panel
Note: You are not limited to adding one symbol only. You could use 2 symbols on your logo the same as the final result of this tutorial. However, refrain from using more than 2 symbols for it would also not look good. Remember, the simpler the better.
Double Click to edit text
To edit text format, go to this panel
Note: You can change color of the symbol you use. Simply click the part of the symbol you wanted to edit and go to the symbol panel:
After working on your logo through adding texts and symbols, save the project first before you download.
Using the Logo in your WordPress Site
Login to your WordPress Site
Check the ideal size of the image header for the theme you are using. For our sample, its 1000(width) x 288(height).
We will be using an online editing tool to help us create the header using our logo. Click here to visit the site.
Take note, the current size of our logo is 429 x 304(you could check above). This only means that the height of our logo is currently bigger than what is recommended on our WordPress theme which is 288. So in uploading our logo on the site, be sure to re-size the image by 80-90% depending on your case.
This is how it would look
Input the recommended size of your wordpress header image here
Go back to your WordPress Site Tab
Select the WordPress Header Image you created.
Click this box to remove the text on the header.
This is the result