Places of worship aren’t just for prayer, they are also hubs for an entire community, hosting everything from concerts and seminars to community meals, youth groups, missions, and neighborhood meetings. Because of the breadth of a church, synagogue, mosque, or temple’s duties, building a website to encompass their multifarious activities can be particularly daunting task - and even more so when you take into account the need to keep congregation numbers (and donations) up. Thankfully, building...
Found my image! Now what?…
You found a great image to place as an icon, background or just add it to your site for great design. Now what?
Here are a few simple steps on how to add them to your new site:
Adding a background
Step 1: We need to save the image to your computer. In this case, I chose a pattern from our blog post.
Click on the source of the background. In this case, “Grass Pattern”
Step 3: When you are logged in the editor, click on Settings > Background, choose “Picture” as background type, upload the picture you saved and voilà!
See here to learn more on how to set your background.
Adding a Favicon
Choose a picture you like or your brand’s logo and upload it as your site’s favicon. Let’s take for example one of the logos from our post http://imcreator.com/blog/40-creative-negative-space-logo-designs
Right-click on the picture to save it (make sure you can use it in your site if it’s not your logo :-))
When you are logged in to the editor, in your site, click on Settings > Favicon, choose the file and that’s it.
See more in our 30-sec video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vxnlz5n_xZE