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    I hope this issue hasn’t already been adressed elsewhere. :)

    I wanted to know if (and how) it’s possible to use a vector graphic (svg or similar format) for the logo/header image in Avisio. I’ve read that WordPress’s support for vector graphics is limited, but I’ve installed a plugin that let’s me upload and use them on my site (though I haven’t actually tried it yet). I then uploaded an .svg-version of my logo in “Avisio Options”, which worked but the logo wasn’t displayed on the site. Is there any way to change this so that I can use a vector graphic here?



    You’ll probably have the easiest time hard coding the css to change the logo. You can add the following to the style.css at the very bottom:

    .logobg a {
    background: transparent url("../images/skin1/logo.png") no-repeat 0 0 !important;

    Replace the url location to where your file is located.





    Thanks for the suggestion! Unfortunately, it ends with the same result as uploading the logo through WordPress: instead of the image, there’s a frame and the link to the homepage where the logo should be. Any idea what else I could do?

    Kind regards


    Hi haydu_bogenkurse,

    I’m really not familiar with putting in SVG images into sites so it may require some additional css/html or something of the sort. A quick google search got me:

    So maybe the image needs to be embedded. You could hard code this in the header.php and then change the “logobg a” class background so that no image is specified.




    thanks for your reply! i will try hardcoding it!



    I agree with Devin, I think the easiest way to do this is to hardcode then upload the image file. :)



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