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One common [[Template|template]] change is to use your own graphic/image. Simple graphics (not [[Banner|banners]]) are linked in the [[HTML]] file. Simply change the reference to the image of your choice in the HTML file of your template.  Do this by, in the [[Back-end|adminsitrative interface]], going to Site>>[[Template Manager]] and then selecting your template. Click the icon for html.
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In Joomla v1.5+ from the [[Back-end|adminsitrative interface]] go to the drop down menu item '''Extensions''' to find the ''[[Template Manager]]''.
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One common [[S:MyLanguage/Template|template]] change is to use your own graphic/image. Simple graphics (not [[Banner|banners]]) are linked in the HTML file. Simply change the reference to the image of your choice in the HTML file of your template. Do this by, in the [[S:MyLanguage/Back-end|administrative interface]], going to Site>>[[S:MyLanguage/J3.x:How_to_use_the_Template_Manager|Template Manager]] and then selecting your template. Click the icon for html.</translate>
  
Keep in mind that if it is a different size than the original image this may change the appearance of the site in unexpected ways.
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The images for a given template are generally located in this folder:
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Keep in mind that if it is a different size than the original image this may change the appearance of the site in unexpected ways.</translate>
(where you substitute the name of the template you are using.)
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The images for a given template are generally located in this folder:</translate>
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/templates/''templatename''/images</translate>
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One common template change is to use your own graphic/image. Simple graphics (not banners) are linked in the HTML file. Simply change the reference to the image of your choice in the HTML file of your template. Do this by, in the administrative interface, going to Site>>Template Manager and then selecting your template. Click the icon for html.

From the administrative interface go to the drop down menu item

Extensions  Template Manager.

Keep in mind that if it is a different size than the original image this may change the appearance of the site in unexpected ways.

The images for a given template are generally located in this folder:

/templates/templatename/images 

(where you substitute the name of the template you are using).