Bloggers love WordPress, because of its powerful features. Many bloggers want to show off on their website that they are using WordPress. They would even like to display WordPress logo on their website.
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But, where to download WordPress logo officially?
Picking one from Google Images is not the official method. There are some duplicate logos also found in the google searches. To avoid sharing these duplicate logos, it’s essential that you download and use the original logos.
So how does a fake logo look like?
Here is one comparison of the fake and original WordPress logo.
You might think, what’s the big deal with this logo? But WordPress has a trademark policy on usage of these logos. That trademark also claims that,
All other WordPress-related businesses or projects can use the WordPress name and logo to refer to and explain their services, but they cannot use them as part of a product, project, service, domain, or company name and they cannot use them in any way that suggests an affiliation with or endorsement by the WordPress Foundation or the WordPress open source project.
The trademark policy also mentions that,
The abbreviation “WP” is not covered by the WordPress trademarks and you are free to use it in any way you see fit.
That’s a good news, Right.
WordPress has logos in different colors and with different sizes. WordPress logos come in Blue, Orange, and Grey. Check a few of them below.
You can download all these logos from the WordPress logos and Graphics page.
WordPress stresses out to avoid sharing the wrong WordPress logos. It’s important that we respect their request and use the right ones. If you find anyone using the wrong ones, link them to this logo page.
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