Today I built a new WordPress Blog, and one of the last steps I always take is to customize the Login Page with a custom logo. Half-way through the process, I stopped myself and figured this would make a groovy Quick-Tip. So let’s get right into it, shall we!
This How-To will cover how to quickly change the image above the login interface on your wp-login.php page.
If you have access to your site’s backend files, this is an easy thing to do. An FTP program is probably the easiest way to browse your web server.
1. Navigate to your wp-admin/images folder.
2. In this folder, you’ll see a file called logo-login.gif, download this file to your computer so you can edit it. The default one looks like this one below.
3. Create your own logo design, and keep it the same file name logo-login.gif, then upload the file to your wp-admin/images folder replacing the old one. The result should change the picture above your login; an example is below.
All done! Now when you and others log in to your WordPress site, your new own custom logo will be displayed at login!
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