I'm trying change the default magento logo in email template from Admin Panel, Content > Design > Configuration but it doesn't Update on the email. How can I fix this issue?
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1-On the Admin sidebar, Content > Design > Configuration > Select your current theme > .
You can see the existing design configuration on the management table, then click on Edit under Action.
2-On the workplace, please scroll down to Other Settings, open Transactional Email setion.
3-To change your Logo Email, click on Upload to choose one of the image files you want to aplly for your logo.
4-Enter the alternate text identify the Logo Image Alt. You can give the height and width of logo. Save configuration and changes will reflect.
As @Moin Malek answered the first way to go for people with less programming experience is uploading the specific email logo over the GUI backend.
For people with more programming and especially frontend developing experience, the way to go is like the following:
app/design/frontend/<Vendor>/<theme>/Magento_Email/web please add a file called
vendor/magento/module_email/Model/AbstractTemplate.php there is a constant defined like
const DEFAULT_LOGO_FILE_ID = 'Magento_Email::logo_email.png'; which represents the correct named logo file.
Reference source: https://magentip.com/change-magento-2-store-logo/
You can upload and overwrite the file in logo file path, for example
If you want to Change magento 2 logo programmatically, go to
Add this code
<?xml version="1.0"?> <page xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="urn:magento:framework:View/Layout/etc/page_configuration.xsd"> <body> <referenceBlock name="logo"> <action method="setLogoFile"> <argument name="logo_file" xsi:type="string"> images/yournewlogo.png </argument> </action> </referenceBlock> <referenceBlock name="logo" remove="true" /> </body> </page>
images/yournewlogo.png with your file path