I am creating a slide template for a presentation in LaTex using Beamer package. I found the placement of logo in the slide is not that easy. Instead of placing the logo in the same position throughout the slides, I want to place the logo in the middle or a bit up from the middle in the title slide. Is it possible?
In the slides after the titleslide I want to have the logo in the top right corner. So, I put this command,
It went well:
However, if I change the color of the top bar then the logo goes behind the bar and it's no longer visible:
Is there any way by which I can put the logo on the top?
Question 1: You can use any of the fields given by
\instituteto place the image in the title page; if none of those fields allow you to achieve the desired placement, you can use the
textpospackage. The example below uses the
\authorfield to add the image.
Question 2: With the help of the
textpospackage you can add the logo to the
A simple example code:
As osjerick mentions in a comment, the above solution won't behave correctly if
\framesubtitleis used (the image will shift downwards); in this case, a TikZ approach can be used to prevent the movement: