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I'd like to use graphics that have already been developed for my SE site in promotional materials. So far, I've found a small icon at , but I'm wondering what else exists, including larger versions of that icon or anything else. I can't browse that /img directory, so I'm wondering if someone who can could post a catalog of the standard contents of such directories.

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A larger version would be the Apple touch icon Tim linked below. Feel free to use the header graphic too. Once the site graduates from the Beta phase it will get a custom design so it will have a stronger identity. – Jin Aug 3 '11 at 14:21
Thanks, @Jin. Could you please point me to where I can get the header graphic? My usual right-click, "View image" technique doesn't work on that, and it's not readily apparent to this non-CSS-expert from the page source either. I'm really looking forward to working with you on a custom design when we get out of beta, especially after hearing your podcast episode. What we've gotta do now is the promotion that will help get us there! – Isaac Moses Aug 3 '11 at 14:36
the header graphic is here: – Jin Aug 3 '11 at 14:40
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I'm not sure what additional images are available, but you can find a larger version of that image by substituting apple-touch-icon for the filename, e.g.:

larger icon

Be sure to adhere to the trademark guidance where applicable.

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There's also for generic SE logos. – nhinkle Aug 3 '11 at 5:49
Thanks for the link and for bringing up the trademark issue. It's not clear to me how those trademark rules apply to graphics for individual sites. @Jin? – Isaac Moses Aug 3 '11 at 14:38

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