You can brand your site using your organisation logos, images and fonts. The terms used in EngagementHQ are described here:
Logo: The logo will be displayed on your EngagementHQ newsletters and site notifications. The logo is integral to all site themes. The ideal dimensions for the logo are 150 pixels (width) * 50 pixels (height).
Favicon: It is an icon used for a website and is displayed in the address bar of a browser accessing the site or next to the site name in a user’s list of bookmarks. Favicons are tiny, hence we recommend you use a png file with transparent background that is no larger than 15 by 15 pixels.
Banner: Integral to themes that have a banner display on the homepage. A banner should be a minimum of 1440 pixels wide. You should set the fixed height that you would like to use for banners across your site. Read our article on the Best image sizes in EngagemnentHQ to ensure the image is the best fit.
Background Image: You can customize the look and feel of your page. The image can be 4x4 or 9x9 pixels as recommended. The site itself will appear normally in the front, and the selected background image will spread out in a tiled pattern across the background of your site.
To access this section and add images, you will need to click on the Appearance Tab > Logos, Icons & Images.
In order to upload a logo, simply click on the upload icon and select the desired image from your PC.
As soon as you upload the logo, it will reflect on the front-end preview on the appearance editor.
Similar to a logo, click on the upload icon and select the desired file for use.
Once you've uploaded the favicon, you can view it as soon as you type the URL in your browser.
A background image would need to match with the colors on your site and we recommend using lighter backgrounds with minimal designs. Click on upload to select the desired file.
The background image will reflect on all pages on your site.
Click on upload to add a suitable banner to your site. You can preview a project page or your home page to view the change.
Based on your theme and home-page layout, banners will appear on your home-page and project pages. As illustrated, there are two options to Show site banner on project pages and/or Enable custom project page banners. If you do not see these options, chat with our support team and get it enabled for your site.
Using these options the site administrator can choose how to display banners on project pages:
Display custom project banners on all project pages.
Display a common site banner on all project pages.
Display project banner on specific projects and display site banner on the rest of the projects (in absence of project banner). To achieve this, enable both options.
Display project banners on specific project pages and display no banners on the rest of the project pages. To achieve this, enable only the "Enable custom project banner" option. You can manually remove project banners from existing project pages.
To not display any banner on your project pages, leave both the options unselected, which is the default.
Contact our support team if you need any further assistance via chat or email firstname.lastname@example.org