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Site title and logo display

The position of your site title or logo depends on your template. Use this reference guide to look up where your title or logo appears and whether you can move it within your template.

Tip: In Site Styles, the tweaks that change the site title and logo position are sometimes called Branding.

How your site title and logo work on your site

  • If you add a logo, it replaces the site title. To show the site title again, remove the logo image.
  • Your site title or logo appears on all pages of your site. When clicked, your site title or logo takes visitors to your homepage.
  • For steps to add either option, visit Adding a site title and Adding a logo.
  • To create a page without the site title or logo, add a Cover Page.

Styling tips

Set the style of your site title or logo in Site Styles.

Display by template

Here's how the site title or logo displays in these template families. Except where noted, they display at the top.

Template family Desktop Mobile
Adirondack
  • Center
  • Site title displays instead of the logo when the header collapses to a fixed navigation bar on scroll.
  • Center
  • Site title displays instead of the logo.
Avenue
  • Left, center, or right
  • Use the Layout Style tweak to set the position.
  • Center

Aviator

  • Center
  • For the Info Page only, use the Info Page Layout tweak to center or left-align.
  • Center

Bedford

  • Left
  • Left

Brine

  • Left, center, or right, in the top or bottom header.
  • Can be hidden.
  • Use the Branding Position tweak in the Header: Layout section to set the position or hide.
  • Left, center, or right, in the top or bottom mobile bar.
  • Can be hidden.
  • Use the Position tweak in the Mobile: Branding section to set the position or hide.

Farro

  • Left, center, or right.
  • Can be hidden.
  • Use the Branding Position tweak in the Header: Layout section to set the position or hide.
  • Can display in the left, right, or center of the top or bottom mobile bar.
  • Use the Position tweak in the Mobile: Branding section to set the position or hide.
Five
  • When Banner Content: Site Title Logo is selected, use the Banner Alignment tweak to choose left, center, or right.
  • When Banner Content: Page Title Description is selected, use the Top Navigation Alignment tweak to choose left, center, or right.
  • Center
  • Logo only displays when Banner Content: Site Title Logo Tagline is selected. Otherwise, the site title displays.
Flatiron
  • Right or left
  • Use the Site Title/Logo Position tweak to set the position.
  • Center
Forte
  • Left
  • Left
Galapagos
  • Center
Ishimoto
  • Left, center, or right
  • Use the Header Alignment tweak to set the position.
  • Left
Momentum
  • Left, in the navigation bar (can be top or bottom). 
  • Use the Navigation Position tweak to move the navigation bar.
  • Center, in the navigation bar

Montauk

  • Left, center, or right
  • Use the Canvas Style tweak to set the position.
  • Center
Native
  • Center
  • Center

Pacific

  • Center
  • Center

Skye

  • Center
  • Center
Supply
  • At the top of the navigation sidebar
  • Left
  • Only displays if Use Site Title in Mobile Header is unchecked.

Tremont

  • Left, in the header
  • The header disappears when you scroll down.
  • Left, in the header
  • The header disappears when you scroll down.
Wells
  • At the top of the navigation sidebar (left or right)
On the same side as desktop
Wexley
  • Left, center, or right
  • Use the Site Alignment tweak to set the position.
  • Center

York

  • Left, center, or right
  • Use the Branding Position tweak in the Site: Header Layout section to set the position or hide.
  • You can also stack header elements.
  • Left, center, or right, in the mobile bar
  • Use the Branding Position tweak in the Mobile: Bar section to set the position.
  • Use the Mobile Bar Position tweak to set where the bar displays.
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