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Joomla website Logo in FaceBook to be altered?

Posted on 2014-02-22
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Say,

Please see attached upload by FB.
How do I edit our Joomla site to change this logo - site was created with Crosstec Baryonic template.

See out live site www.bobbasandzaidas.co.za

FB has someone taken the Baryonic logo - where can I find this item in Joomla?
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well looking at your site the piece of code that is doing it, it is getting the logo from -

http://a1telecomms.co.za/zeidasandbobbas/templates/baryonic/images/logo/logo-large.png

the easiest way would be to replace this logo with yours
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Thank You.
It has worked.
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