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Site URL: https://drdot.squarespace.com/?noredirect

Hi there,

 

I need to change the site logo to a custom shade (#D7D0B6) on the pages that have the Light theme only. 

URL: drdot.squarespace.com
PW: drdot

I've managed to use this code to inverse the logo:

<style>
.header-title-logo img {
    -webkit-filter: invert(50%);
   filter: invert(50%);
  filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(invert=’1′);
  }
</style>

but I don't want the logo to be black/grey. I've tried looking through the forum but no luck.

Thanks!

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3 hours ago, LouiseDrever said:

Site URL: https://drdot.squarespace.com/?noredirect

Hi there,

 

I need to change the site logo to a custom shade (#D7D0B6) on the pages that have the Light theme only. 

URL: drdot.squarespace.com
PW: drdot

I've managed to use this code to inverse the logo:

<style>
.header-title-logo img {
    -webkit-filter: invert(50%);
   filter: invert(50%);
  filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(invert=’1′);
  }
</style>

but I don't want the logo to be black/grey. I've tried looking through the forum but no luck.

Thanks!

which logo you want to apply?

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5 hours ago, LouiseDrever said:

I'm not sure I follow your question. All the solutions I've seen only change it to black, I'd like it to be a custom shade. 

Let me try to explain. CSS can only be used to change the brightness, saturation or invert the colours (white becomes black, black becomes white, orange becomes blue and so on). If you want to use a specific colour for your image, you'll need to provide a new image file that has been created in that colour. This can then be substituted for the standard site logo. Does that help?

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That's totally fine, I thought that would be the case. Probably should have been clearer in my questioning!

What would be the best way to do this? Upload the new image file as a pseudo-element? I'm a bit worried about getting it in the exact same position as the regular logo.

Thanks very much.

 

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If the two image files are identical in size and aspect ratio, it is usually easiest to use JavaScript to replace one with the other, although the site will need to be on a Business Plan (or above) to do this. Simply add the image file through the CSS panel and then provide the URL.

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4 minutes ago, LouiseDrever said:

I've uploaded it as a PNG to the CSS panel (Dr Dot Logo Blue)

It's not currently on a subscription yet, however. Does it need to be before the Javascript can be added?

The code will work during a trial, but you'll need to share the URL of the image with us 🙂

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Thanks for the nudge @LouiseDrever. As I mentioned, you should be able to achieve this with some simple JavaScript in the header of the relevant pages. Let me know if you need more specific guidance or have any issues.

This will affect the desktop version of the site logo only:

<!-- Change the desktop site logo on this page - Squarespace 7.1 -------->
<!-- Copyright Soundfocus Digital Media [https://sf.digital] ------------>
<!-- Use freely in your code injection. Do NOT re-publish. -------------->
<script>
  window.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', (event) => {
    logo = document.querySelector(".header-title-logo img");
    logo.src = "https://static1.squarespace.com/static/62c56e67c33c8b4e495786c4/t/630caff988077278ea12e60b/1661775865417/Dr+Dot+Logo+Blue.png";
  });
</script>

 

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15 minutes ago, LouiseDrever said:

It doesn't appear to be working on other media sizes, just desktop

The previous version that I posted only affected the desktop, so here's an update that allows you to change both the mobile and the desktop logos. The first file affects desktop. The second file affects mobile mode.

<!-- Change the site logos on this page - Squarespace 7.1 --------------->
<!-- Copyright Soundfocus Digital Media [https://sf.digital] ------------>
<!-- Use freely in your code injection. Do NOT re-publish. -------------->
<script>
  window.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', (event) => {
    logos = document.querySelectorAll(".header-title-logo img");
    logos[0].src = "https://static1.squarespace.com/static/62c56e67c33c8b4e495786c4/t/630caff988077278ea12e60b/1661775865417/Dr+Dot+Logo+Blue.png";
    logos[1].src = "https://static1.squarespace.com/static/62c56e67c33c8b4e495786c4/t/630caff988077278ea12e60b/1661775865417/Dr+Dot+Logo+Blue.png";
  });
</script>

 

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Hey @paul2009 sorry to be a total pain, but I have another question. 

I realised it made more sense to have the dark logo be standard and apply the JavaScript on the home page only. 

I've uploaded the dark version to the site title and logo section and then tried swapping out the image url of the logo using the code you provided, but it's not changing anything.

When I inspect the code and hover over the png, I can see that although the file name is correct, it's still showing the dark blue version (see attached screenshot). I hope this all makes sense.

Any help appreciated, thank you! 

Screenshot 2022-09-06 at 10.17.46.png

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On 9/6/2022 at 4:22 PM, LouiseDrever said:

sorry to be a total pain, but I have another question. 

I realised it made more sense to have the dark logo be standard and apply the JavaScript on the home page only. 

I've uploaded the dark version to the site title and logo section and then tried swapping out the image url of the logo using the code you provided, but it's not changing anything.

When I inspect the code and hover over the png, I can see that although the file name is correct, it's still showing the dark blue version (see attached screenshot). I hope this all makes sense.

Any help appreciated, thank you! 

Screenshot 2022-09-06 at 10.17.46.png

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20 hours ago, LouiseDrever said:

Yes please! Can you see where I've gone wrong? Thank you

To change mobile logo, try this to Page Header

<style>
  .header-mobile-logo img {
    content: url(https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2022/09/07/10/01/landscape-7438429__480.jpg);
}
</style>

 

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