According to the Google validation tool, you need to follow these guidelines for the publisher logo.
- The logo must be a rectangle, not a square.
- Logo size must be 160*50 or 600*60
- The image URL must be crawlable and indexable.
- The image must be in .jpg, .png, or. gif format. Don’t use vector files, such as .svg or .eps.
- Don’t use animation.
- The graphic part of the logo should be legible on the background color.
- The logo should fit in a 60x600px rectangle, and either be exactly 60px high (preferred), or exactly 600px wide. For example, 450x45px would not be acceptable, even though it fits within the 600x60px rectangle.
- Publishers should use only one logo per brand that is consistent across general AMP pages.
- Use full wordmark or full logo; not an icon.
- The text in word-based logos should be at most 48px tall and centered vertically within the 60px image height. Add additional space to pad the height to 60px.
You will find this option in the WordPress dashboard -> Structured data -> Settings -> Global -> Knowledge Graph.
Here are the Additional settings of Knowledge Graph: In the Knowledge Graph section you’ll find the two types of Data Type 1) Person and 2) Organisation which you need to select and upload logo here and then “Save Setting” button.
That’s it for this tutorial!
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