After searching for day & night, you might have settled down with Genesis Framework, as this is one of the best WordPress theme with fast loading, SEO optimized, less code heavy and easy to customize feature. In fact genesis framework has been reviewed by many top bloggers and rated as best to kick start blogging.
Now if you are looking for how to install Genesis theme in your WordPress blog, then you can read the genesis installation guide tutorial I have shared previously. Just follow the step by step guide and you can do it in next 2 minute only. Now the question is you have a custom logo and how to upload your logo to your blog?
Note: If you want to design your own custom logo for your blog, then I think you can check out 48hours Logo service. There you can easily run a logo design contest and find out the best logo for your brand or WordPress blog.
Process to Remove & Upload New Custom Logo to Genesis Theme
Genesis Framework doesn’t have default logo area defined in the header area. If you have purchased only Genesis Framework, without any Genesis Child Theme then you will find this article very useful as in this article I will guide you to upload your brand Logo to genesis theme.
How many ways one can upload a logo to Genesis Framework?
There are 2 ways one can upload Logo to genesis framework. The first way is changing the default Genesis Logo image name form the code. And the 2nd option in by creating a Logo area widget in your Genesis Framework and then upload your own logo.
This article will be helpful for them who are looking for genesis customizing tutorials of any of the below search terms
- Is there any Genesis plugin to upload Logo directly
- How to create a Logo widget in Genesis theme header
- How to upload a custom Logo in default Genesis Theme
- How to remove the Genesis Framework text from Genesis Theme
Steps To Upload Logo in Your Genesis Theme Easily
Changing the default Logo from style.css file
First of all you have to go to Genesis options from your WordPress dashboard area left side menu. Click on Theme Settings and you will find the option named “Use for site title/Logo“. Change it from Dynamic text to Image Logo.
Next, Go To appearance and then click on theme editor. Your style.css file will open for edit. You have to find out first which element you have to change here and to find that, you can right click on the Logo and click inspect element for the Logo area. You will find the element id is “title-area”.
Now search for “title-area” in the style.css file and there you will find the name of the default Genesis Framework path. Here you have to put the url of your custom Logo path and things will be changed as per your need.
Use Genesis Easy Logo Uploader Plugin and Add Your Custom Logo to Genesis theme
Simply install this plugin and it will create an header Logo widget area in your genesis theme. Then you have to upload your custom Logo as per the defined size.
Generally for any Genesis child theme you may find any difficulty to upload a Logo as almost every child theme has been equipped with many hooks inn the theme itself.
Although there are plenty of plugins available to perform any kind of activity in WordPress. But it is always better to use less plugin and if possible try to achieve the requirement by changing the code only. Never touch the core genesis framework files, simply change the child theme files and you can easily achieve the requirement. There are many useful tutorials available here to tweak your Genesis child theme.
Get a Genesis Child Theme
The best way I believe is to get a genesis child theme where you will find everything inbuilt and no coding is required. Just use the theme customization options and do whatever changes you need for your WordPress blog. You can check out the list of many awesome Studiopress child theme collection and get any one of them as per your blogging niche. E.g. If you are planning to start a food blog, then go for Cookd Pro Theme or Foodie Pro Theme etc.
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