White Label Logo 404 error

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I put in the Fundamental settings the "White Label Logo" to: <logo.jpg>, but I get a 404 error and can see in the consol that the directory where it get searched is not I out in.

This is where it get searched:

But I set in the option only: logo.jpg and that should be the host root, right?

So, what do I'm wrong or missunderstood with "put the absolute path in"?

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c5hub replied on at Permalink Reply
The path needs to be the absolute path - the full URL to the file on the internet.

If you've added this to the file manager, visit there and get the URL. This is what should be used in the white label settings
Resipisco replied on at Permalink Reply
It's usual to implement a selection over file Manager. Why not here?
c5hub replied on at Permalink Reply
If you think about who might be doing the white labelling say the agency why host the resource on every single site. That's why it's a path to potentially independent resource.
Resipisco replied on at Permalink Reply
Got it!

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