Here are some basic images you can use to create and fix your logo image. The images are only for templates that have color tints. It is difficult to "copycat". You will also find templates that have images in the logo image position. We will add to this list as we add new templates with images or tinted logo image positions.
If you have a template where the position for the logo image is only one color, do a Print Screen (keyboard button) when you have the color up on your screen. This lets you copy what you see on the screen to the computer’s memory. Then go to an image editing software and upload the image. You will find the color code for the background color there. Make sure to take the picture in web browser Firefox. to guarantee the color is right. If you use Internet Explorer, the web browser can distort the color.
You will find two pictures of each color so that you can choose between .jpg och .gif
Jpg format is excellent when you have images with many colors and you want the look to be soft and appealing.
Gif format is good when you write text, have just a few colors in your images, and want sharp, clean edges.
A piece of advice is to use a transparent background; gif format and png format are good. This allows you to switch templates and colors without redoing your logo image. And you won’t need these basic images either.