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Changing Logo Color on Different Site Pages


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Site URL: http://www.nwtherapymom.com

For my website, I have a white logo and a black logo. The White logo looks perfect on the Home page, but disappears on the blog and contact page since the page backgrounds on those pages are white. I would like to use the black logo in the header on just the blog and contact pages.

For now on my site, I just have text for the site name. Squarespace automatically changes the text to white on the front page and black on the other pages depending on the page background color but it won't for the logos unless I have a custom css code. I have tried looking at other forums and using that code, but I am not sure how to use code at all. I am using the 7.1 version and really need help. 

I've attached both the black and white logo but need specific directions as to how to get these placed. 

NW Therapymom 2-01.png

NW Therapymom-01.png

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On 1/8/2021 at 5:20 AM, marionlesso said:

Hello, I would love some support as well for the website : https://www.run-wise.com/

I was able to change it on the Blog page by adding this code: 
 


[class*='collection-type-blog']  .header-title-logo img {
  filter: invert()
}

I would love to do the same for the "contact" page. 

Thanks 🙂

Use this code

body#collection-5ee7b45d50d50c4af62fba5b .header-title-logo img {
    filter: invert();
    -webkit-filter: invert();
}

 

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On 12/14/2020 at 10:45 PM, OCD_Olly said:

Hi, I have the same question. But, I'd like to know how I can make the logo invert back when on a white page (which I have used twice alongside the homepage) - is there a way to make the invert only happen on black background pages?

Can you share page url? We can check easier

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Hello, I'm having the same problem on a couple of my white pages. Each journal page is white as well as the landing page as well as the work page and privacy policy.

https://www.feistyfrogstudio.com/journal

https://www.feistyfrogstudio.com/work

https://www.feistyfrogstudio.com/privacy-policy

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11 hours ago, Hannah Williams said:

I'm having the same problem on a couple of my white pages.

Add the following to Design > Custom CSS.

#collection-601a7a891e0c70196dc7e95f .header-title-logo img, /* journal */
#collection-6028f592cd42ec7b37cdddec .header-title-logo img /* privacy policy */

   {
    
    filter : invert( 1 );
    
    }

Have you considered using a black logo since so many of your pages are white. Then just invert on the black pages such as the home page? It would mean less code.

Let us know how it goes.

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On 3/2/2021 at 7:22 PM, creedon said:

I suggest flipping that around. Make the logo black and turn it white on the landing page.

Hi Creedon, ive did this. Many thanks.

How do i change it to white now on my landing page?

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Hey,

In the grand scheme of things there will still be more coloured pages / need for a white logo.

With the css I am unsure how this will tell the site that those pages need a different logo image file. It doesn't seem to be working. 

I currently have the white logo uploaded but need something to say on those pages a different image would appear if that makes sense?

Thanks! 

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