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Removing leaves.png and the default logo2.png images

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2 months 1 day ago #47464 by Danimeeka
Hi,

I would like to be able to remove these two images from my website at historicwinton.org/hw-joomla. However when I do so (eg using my own logo to replace logo2.png) the code keeps searching for them and throwing 404 errors until the redirects finally timeout after about 30 seconds. I have now put the images back in place but ultimately must get rid of them somehow. I have a development site at blackhawkit.com/hw-joomla/ where you can see this looping taking place.

How do I remove these images safely? I would also like to remove the leaves image from the very bottom of the website.

Many thanks,
julia.

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2 months 20 hours ago #47465 by milos
Hello,

Please edit file: historicwinton.org/hw-joomla/templates/s...ss/styles/style2.css and delete this:
.sparky_logo_link {
    background: url(../../images/logo2.png) no-repeat;
    background-size: 30px 50px;
}

and also go to Extensions > Templaes > Hot Leaves > Custom > Css and delete this:
.sparky_logo_link {
    background: url(../images/logo.png) no-repeat;
    background-size: 30px 50px;
    height: 50px;
    padding-left: 0px;
}

To the delete the bottom image, go to Extensions > Templaes > Hot Leaves > Row Settings (last row) and disable the background image.

Best regards,
Milos

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2 months 18 hours ago #47466 by Danimeeka
Thank you Milos, that looks good. Would you also be able to advice me on removing /public_html/hw-joomla/images/leaves.jpg safely (assuming this is the image up near the header, not the one at the bottom)?

Kind regards,
Julia.

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1 month 4 weeks ago #47467 by milos
Yes, you can remove the image.

Best regards,
Milos

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1 month 4 weeks ago #47468 by Danimeeka
So I can. Sorry - I saw redirects to 404 being caused by logo2.png and leaves.jpg being absent, but now that logo2.png is safely removed it seems there is no issue with leaves.jpg being removed as well.

Thanks Milos.
Julia.

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1 month 4 weeks ago #47469 by Danimeeka
Hi Milos,

I've just done a quick check in a couple of other browsers, Safari and Firefix, and found removing leaves.jpg has caused a 302 redirect to many attempts at finding a 404 page. If there is a way you know of to prevent this happening I'd be glad to hear of it.

See images attached.

Thanks,
Julia.
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