How to Add Banner image in SharePoint? – Simple way

Banners are the great way to add branding to SharePoint site. There are lot of ways to add banner in SharePoint, Here I’m going to illustrate a easy way to add Top banner in SharePoint.

In SharePoint 2010:
In SharePoint 2010, CSS class you have to pick and modify is: .s4-title

background-image: url("/_layouts/images/banner.png") #FECF2C no-repeat;

For MOSS 2007:
In SharePoint 2010, the CSS class you have to pick and modify is: .ms-globalbreadcrumb

So, override this class as:

padding:2px 10px 80px 5px;

Salaudeen Rajack

Salaudeen Rajack - SharePoint Expert with Two decades of SharePoint Experience. Love to Share my knowledge and experience with the SharePoint community, through real-time articles!

6 thoughts on “How to Add Banner image in SharePoint? – Simple way

  • is it possible to display the message using the above technique. I would like to display the message in header (Top of the page, for each page in SP site in MOSS 2007)

  • Hi, how to do this on SharePoint 2013?

    • For SharePoint 2013, Use:

      #s4-titlerow {
      background-image: url(‘/siteimages/banner.png’) !important;
      width: 100% !important;
      background-repeat: no-repeat !important;

    • How do you do this in SharePoint 2016?

  • Is this in the master page plz?

    • It can be at your master page. But preferably it should be in your Style Sheet (CSS)!


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