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You can personalise a Freegle group's home page https://www.ilovefreegle.org/mygroups with a badge, logo, local photograph, council coat of arms or other image of interest.
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You can personalise a Freegle community home page https://www.ilovefreegle.org/mygroups with a badge, logo, local photograph, council coat of arms or other image of interest.
  
 
*Go to ModTools>settings>group settings>group appearance>profile picture
 
*Go to ModTools>settings>group settings>group appearance>profile picture
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You can obtain a Freegle heart logo, customised with the name of your group,  by asking graphics@ilovefreegle.org
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For a photo for your community, try Geograph http://www.geograph.org.uk who have plenty to choose from. They have creative commons copyright and recently they have started stamping the creative commons acknowledgement on, much easier than doing it yourself. Each photo has the level of creative commons copyright on it.
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You can obtain a Freegle heart logo, customised with the name of your community,  by asking graphics@ilovefreegle.org
  
 
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Revision as of 14:24, 22 November 2021

You can personalise a Freegle community home page https://www.ilovefreegle.org/mygroups with a badge, logo, local photograph, council coat of arms or other image of interest.

  • Go to ModTools>settings>group settings>group appearance>profile picture
  • Select the blue + Upload button
  • A navigation window opens. Find and select the badge, logo, photo or picture which you want to upload.


For a photo for your community, try Geograph http://www.geograph.org.uk who have plenty to choose from. They have creative commons copyright and recently they have started stamping the creative commons acknowledgement on, much easier than doing it yourself. Each photo has the level of creative commons copyright on it.


You can obtain a Freegle heart logo, customised with the name of your community, by asking graphics@ilovefreegle.org

Links: