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Naming schema needed for brand assets (images, logos, etc) #266
There seems to be a few naming schemas emerging for brand assets, such as logos. I'd like to see a consistent schema decided that will allow for consistency, better predictability, and improved image-search SEO.
A consistent, explanatory filename schema for brand assets.
Brand assets are inconsistently named. For example, in the
...then, from the brand assets page, there's the following filenames:
The brand assets page has probably the most-aligned filenames (to one another, not the project). However, the filenames have no context outside of that page. If they are named according to a defined schema, we can ensure they always have context, in any context. This may also help with SEO in image searches. The brand assets page should be first result for a search for the CP logo; resolving this issue will help.
Leave any existing images in place to avoid breaking changes with plugins/themes that may be using them. Introduce newly-named images and use those going forward with a naming schema such as the following:
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Dec 8, 2018
Good idea. A few notes:
Once we come up with something we're happy with here, we can update the Press & Branding page to be aware of these conventions and serve a couple of different formats/sizes for each image.
Agree; noted in original PR "Possible solution" section.
It's the predominant color, but I see your point. If I had to choose between one or the other of the suggestions, it would be the one with the bg added. I wouldn't title it like a yoda condition, though. Instead, I'd do
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Feb 2, 2019
I see this issue as being more related to the core software. We can use the same convention for both, though, and we can update the files on the server at any time.
Let's drop the