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How to Change Logo in Magento

Magento 2 change logo: easy steps to customize

Customer belief and loyalty are formed by a large number of factors including the brand personality. Everyone who runs businesses always wants their customers to remember their products/services and even their trademark. This is an effective way to persuade them to come back and repurchase the products. Considering this scenario, a logo plays a pivotal role like a visual presentation of a brand that makes the first impression on people’s minds. 

This tutorial will guide you through Magento 2 change logo with step by step instructions. So no more further ado, let’s get going.

2 Steps to Change Logo in Magento

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Step 1

One of the very first things needs considering when you set up your website is changing its logo. You never want your website to display the logo of the default Magento themes, right?

So first, follow the path Content > Configuration:

follow the path Content > Configuration

This will lead you to the Design Configuration page. Then choose your desired store view by clicking on the Edit button in the Action column, like that:

Design Configuration page

Step 2

In the Default Theme section, choose one from 2 themes (Magento Blank or Magento Luma) for your store view. If you select no theme, the theme of your web will be considered as Magento Default theme:

Default Theme section

Scrolling down and span Header section:

Header section

Then configure the following settings:

Add logo for Magento website
  • Logo Image: Choose Upload or Select from Gallery. Your image should be one of the following file types:
  • PNG: this file format ensures that your image will be its highest quality.
  • JPEG: your image will get a small file size, which’s extremely good for page load performance.
  • GIF: it’s an animated image without sounds.

  • Logo Attribute Width: Insert your desired logo width (optional)
  • Logo Attribute Height: Insert your desired logo height (optional)
  • Welcome Text: Put a welcome sentence for your website header
  • Logo Image Alt: It’s optional but for SEO purposes, you should enter an alternative text in case your logo can not be displayed.

Finally, do not forget to hit Save Configuration.


That brings me to the end of this tutorial, hope that you get your mind opened after reading. We’ll come back every week with tons of useful blogs about Magento and E-commerce so turn on your notifications to avoid missing out on any of them. Feel free to leave your questions in the comment section below.

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About Laura Cao

Laura Cao
Laura graduated from Foreign Trade University with a bachelor’s degree in Business English and is currently serving as a content marketer at Magezon. She indulges in reading and writing everything about Magento. In her spare time, gardening and hanging out with friends are her area of interest.

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