Change where the logo link points to

Within SharePoint, the top left corner there is a logo which usually points to the homepage, read further to determine how to change this.

  1. Open SharePoint Designer and navigate to the Master Pages section.
  2. Edit the Seattle.Master master page in advanced mode.
  3. Search for <SharePoint:SPSimpleSiteLink>
  4. Replace

    <SharePoint:SPSimpleSiteLink CssClass=”ms-siteicon-a” runat=”server” id=”onetidProjectPropertyTitleGraphic”

    <SharePoint:SiteLogoImage CssClass=”ms-siteicon-img” name=”onetidHeadbnnr0″ id=”onetidHeadbnnr2″

    </SharePoint:SPSimpleSiteLink>

    with

    <SharePoint:SPLinkButton NavigateUrl=”your url here” runat=”server” id=”onetidProjectPropertyTitleGraphic”

    <SharePoint:SiteLogoImage CssClass=”ms-siteicon-img” name=”onetidHeadbnnr0″ id=”onetidHeadbnnr2″

    </SharePoint:SPLinkButton>

    The only changes is the parts in bold

So the end result will look similar to this…

logochange

Please note – the edits I’ve done were against the .html page, if you do yours against the .master page, it will look slightly different to this however, the code that needs to be changed still applies.

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