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Has anyone uploaded an SVG version of an alternate 2013 CITV logo? The logo also features a transparent ITV logo inside a speech bubble (which was remain yellow), as well as the C being in a yellow colour.
Has anyone uploaded an SVG version of CITV's 2013 print logo? The print version has a transparent version of the 2013 ITV logo in a speech bubble, which is black.
Has anyone uploaded an alternate print version of the 2001-2002 ITV1 logo, which was used as a screen bug.
Well, I was looking through the section "Television channels in Chile" and I saw that there wasn't a page for "Nuevo Tiempo", a Christian channel.
However, I found that Nuevo Tiempo is a spanish version of the Hope Channel, which is on this site. But I think these have different programming, so, I should make a separate page for Nuevo Tiempo, or just add the Hope Channel in the section?
Also, I noticed that also other religious channels like Enlace and Enlace Juvenil that broadcast in this country, so I should also add them in the section?
Sorry if this may sound obvious, but it just confuses me a bit :S
I need someone to upload an SVG version of the 1982-2005 MGM/UA Home Video print logo. I'm lucky to see it.
Does anyone uploaded an SVG version of the ITV1's print logo from 2006-2013 to Logopedia? Please note that the "itv" part of the logo (only the letters) is transparent, while the rest of the logo are black.
I'm kind of new to making articles, so sorry if I sound stupid. Whenever I try to put an image in the article, It always appears in the wrong place. Like how images are supposed to be on the left but for me they always appear on the right? Again, sorry if I sound stupid, but I want to find out how to fix this. If this is the wrong place, direct me to the correct place. I figured you guys probably know how to do this.
It has become apparent, especially after tonight, that users have been using the forums for what is known today as "s*itposting". Despite the explicit language, this is the correct term, and I have attached a Wikipedia article explaining it. This is a serious issue that has been occurring for months and it needs to stop now.
Logopedia is a wiki meant for showing logo history. Since the forums were created about two years ago, I cannot say how many forums I have deleted of logo only posts. The forums are meant to discuss questions, comments, concerns, or other news about the wiki. To upload a new logo, either find or create the page for the brand by either searching for the page or hitting "ADD NEW PAGE".
This has gotten to the point where I am seeing random posts that are either a logo that should be on a page or a completely unrelated logo. For example, just before I wrote this I saw two forum posts titled "PBS Kids" with the user uploading a picture of herself. If you upload any unrelated content to the forum or a logo that should be on a page, then you will be banned for spamming the wiki. Remember, forums are for discussions and pages are for logos.
As Firefox is under rebranding exercise, which would distinguish the main brand logo from the long-established browser one, should we make a separate page for Firefox's brand while renaming the browser page to Firefox Browser?
Let's discuss here.
I have spotted there are 2 alberto vo5 articles and would like to know how to delete one of them.
Hi! I'm the originally creator of the template "Primary Logos" (originally "Print Logos"), and I've been working in a new version of it, currently available in [[Template:Primary Logos/Draft]]. I corrected some issues of the original template: I corrected the redundancy in pages with lots of subpages (the name of the main page won't be showing over and over), made a less invasive design and also... is a template that can be seen in the mobile version of the site! I await your feedback.
Is anyone find a logo of Boom! Kids before change name to Kaboom! ?
The Monster’s Inc series seems to have a new overall logo now. Maybe it could be added to a page? I saw the logo on a new puzzle.
Would it be at all okay for any users to update the Google logos from 1997-1999 with higher resolution remakes, or should the original versions as used on the website stay up on the wiki? I have a strong feeling remaking them as either vectors or high quality rasters (.PNG files basically) would be easy, since the fonts from those logos can be easily identified (as for the 1997-1998 logo, it looks to me as if it was made in WordArt), but still I would like a second opinion before I end up indirectly doing something bad to those files...