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How to change the WordPress logo on your blog's login page

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I must admit that the WordPress logo is omnipresent on my various blogs. Whether it's on the login page, registration, on the dashboard and a few themes, it's everywhere. And the question that many WordPress users are asking themselves is this: How to remove the WordPress logo?

In this tutorial, you will learn how to edit (replace) the logo of the login page of your WordPress blog with the Custom Admin Login Page Logo plugin.

How to install Custom Admin Login Page Logo

The first thing to do is install the WP Custom Admin Page Logo plugin available on You can also download as zip file.


How to configure the plugin

After installing and activating it, a new menu " Login page Custom Logo Will be added to the big menu Settings" page (in French).


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Click on it to access the plugin settings page. Once there, you have a few options at your disposal that allow you to specify the path (URL) to the logo.

It can be a logo available on your blog or anywhere else on the internet. If you want to use an image available on your blog, click on the " Select an image file ».


Below, you have a preview of the new logo sent.


To remove the logo, you can click on " Remove Image ».

Below, you have options that allow you to further customize the logo, including:

  • Adding a personalized text « Additional Text »
  • Adding a custom CSS code « Custom CSS »

Once you're done with your settings, save your settings and visit your site's login page to see the plugin in action.


That's it for this tutorial on changing the logo of the WordPress login page. You now know how to replace it.

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