Logo

A path to a file that contains an image.

Element hierarchy

<Package>
<Properties>
<Logo>
<Applications>
<Application>
<Extensions>
<Extension>
<FileTypeAssociation>
<Logo>
<Protocol>
<Logo>

<Protocol>
<Logo>

Syntax

<Logo>

  A string between 1 and 256 characters in length that ends with ".jpg", ".png", or ".jpeg" that can't contain these characters: <, >, :, %, ", |, ?, or *. In this string, the / and \ characters can't be the first or last characters. Also, the string can contain / or \ but not both.

</Logo>

Attributes and Elements

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

None.

Parent Elements

Parent Element Description
FileTypeAssociation

Declares an app extensibility point of type windows.fileTypeAssociation. A file type association indicates that the app is registered to handle files of the specified types.

Properties

Defines additional metadata about the package including attributes that describe how the package appears to users.

Note You may get an error if the manifest elements DisplayName or Description contain characters disallowed by the Windows firewall; namely β€œ|” and β€œall”, due to which Windows fails to create the AppContainer profile for the package . Use this reference for troubleshooting if you get an error.
Protocol

Declares an app extensibility point of type windows.protocol. A URI association indicates that the app is registered to handle URIs with the specified scheme.

Remarks

The logo image can be given as either a direct path to an image file or as a resource. By using a resource reference, you can supply images of different scales so that Windows can choose the best size for the device and screen resolution. You can also supply high contrast images for accessibility and localized images to match different UI languages. For more info, see the Globalization topic.

For more information on size requirements of the logo, see Asset size tables.

Requirements

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/appx/2010/manifest