This is Logopedia's criteria for deletion.


Wrong title

Titles or filenames can be wrong. For example: Google is the right title but the wrong title is Goggle, Goolge, etc.

Type {{delete|Wrong title}} on the page after moving the original page to the correct title.


Page vandalism can include spam and fake logos.

Type {{delete|Fake logo}}, {{delete|Vandalism}} or {{delete|Spam}}


Non-notable pages

Used for articles about a non-notable subject.

Type {{delete|Not notable}} on the page.

Spam or fake/non-notable logos edited by the same user

Used for articles that are fake, not notable or spam edited by only 1 person.

Type {{delete|Not notable, editors seem to be the same person}} on the page.


Plain text

An image could be made only with plain text. It either is or isn't a logo, depending on the image.

If it's not a logo, then mark it for deletion.

Type {{delete|Not a logo, plain text}} on the page.

Fake logos

Used for logos that are imaginary or fake.

Type {{delete|Fake logo}} or {{delete|Fanon logo}} on the page.

Pictures that aren't logos.

Used for pictures of objects, animals etc.

Type {{delete|Not a logo}} on the page.

NSFW content

Used for pictures that show inappropriate content such as gore, pornography, nudity, profanity, etc.

Type {{delete|Inappropriate content}} or {{delete|NSFW}} on the page.


Template can't work

Used for templates that won't work.

Type {{delete|Template doesn't work}} on the page.

Nothing to do with Logopedia

Used for templates that nothing to do with Logopedia. Type {{delete|Nothing to do with Logopedia}} on the page.


Used for articles, images and templates with spam and advertising.

Type {{delete|Spam}} on the page.