# Logos and Images

Add your project logo as assets/icons/logo.svg in your project. This overrides the default Docsy logo in the theme. If you don’t want a project logo, set navbar_logo to false (or delete the variable) in your config.toml:

navbar_logo = false


If you decide at a later stage that you’d like to add a logo to your navbar, you can set the parameter to true:

navbar_logo = true


The easiest way to do this is to create a set of favicons via http://cthedot.de/icongen (which lets you create a huge range of icon sizes and options from a single image) and/or https://favicon.io, and put them in your site project’s static/favicons directory. This will override the default favicons from the theme.

Note that https://favicon.io doesn’t create as wide a range of sizes as Icongen but does let you quickly create favicons from text: if you want to create text favicons you can use this site to generate them, then use Icongen to create more sizes (if necessary) from your generated .png file.

If you have special favicon requirements, you can create your own layouts/partials/favicons.html with your links.

### Landing pages

Docsy’s blocks/cover shortcode make it easy to add large cover images to your landing pages. The shortcode looks for an image with the word “background” in the name inside the landing page’s Page Bundle - so, for example, if you’ve copied the example site, the landing page image in content/en/_index.html is content/en/featured-background.jpg.

You specify the preferred display height of a cover block container (and hence its image) using the block’s height parameter. For a full viewport height, use full:

{{< blocks/cover title="Welcome to the Docsy Example Project!" image_anchor="top" height="full" color="orange" >}}
...
{{< /blocks/cover >}}


For a shorter image, as in the example site’s About page, use one of min, med, max or auto (the actual height of the image):

{{< blocks/cover title="About the Docsy Example" image_anchor="bottom" height="min" >}}
...
{{< /blocks/cover >}}


### Other pages

To add inline images to other pages, use the imgproc shortcode. Alternatively, if you prefer, just use regular Markdown or HTML images and add your image files to your project’s static directory. You can find out more about using this directory in Adding static content.

## Images used on this site

Images used as background images in this site are in the public domain and can be used freely. The porridge image in the example site is by iha31 from Pixabay.