Logos (affiliations ect) at footer

How do i included our association and credential logos at the bottom of all printed invoice, estimates, statment ect?

We are PartP , NICEIC m ECA soon to be trust mark and CHAS

Hi @pelican

You would first need to upload them to some web space and the grab the web address (URL) for them.

Then go to Account Settings >> Invoice Customisation and click on the Footer Region. There’s a box there for the PDF footer. Simply add the following for each image:

<img src="URL for file goes here">

For example:

<img src="http://www.my-website.com/image.jpg">

Note: including the http or https is important, or the images won’t load.

I hope that helps, but if you need further help, please don’t hesitate to ask :slight_smile:

thanks for your assistance, not sure how that would look, see the bottom of the Estimates this would happen on Invoices and statements as well.

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The two common places people use for webspace within QuickFile are either their own company website, or even using the document manager area within your QuickFile account itself.

This will require a little bit of playing around with HTML and CSS, but if you upload the images at the size you would like them, I’m happy to take a look for you and try and help position these as you wish (there are some restrictions with CSS, the code that helps define it’s positioning and sizing etc., but we can certainly take a look and see what can be done).

Just drop me a private message with some account details when you’re ready :slight_smile:

i think due to the page break issue the logos might be out of place , as would like them at end of every page?

Do you have a power user subscription? It may be worth putting the payment terms into a supplementary page (if you’re not already using them for something else). That would certainly clear a bit of room at the bottom of page 1, in your example.

Are your invoices/estimates usually that long?

Yes power user and yes, 80% going forward they will be, would we like to ensure that the quote forms the bases of the contract , in some case our quote is passed on to the customer by a main contractor and the details helps with understanding what is required and what will be delivered on the JOB.

The terms and conditions will have to be longer than the payment terms shown above, they are being written and will have to make an additional page on themselfs.

There’s no limit on the supplementary pages, so you certainly could add your terms and conditions onto the payment details using this method. Using the HTML, you could certainly add a bit of spacing between them to differentiate them.

these are the current the images still waiting on 2 more.


If you upload these to your document area, you should then be able to grab a URL (web address) for these. You may find it best to save these in the ‘Appended Text’ area in the Invoice Customisation section:

And then:

Adding the tag that I gave you above would add the images in, although you may need to play around with the width a little bit to make sure they all fit:

<img src="Put image URL here" style="width:120px;">

I’ve given the example of 120px, but you can play around with the figure there to suit your needs. Personally, I would do something like this, which would also center the images for you:

You can also play around with the code above to make sure it looks OK, before copying it across to your invoices (if you click ‘Edit on Codepen’ it’ll open in a bigger screen for you)

As always, if you need further help - please don’t hesitate to ask! :slight_smile:

i cant see how to get an url of the image file in document area

There are 2 ways to do this. If you view the document manager, you can either:

  1. View the file directly in your browser
  2. Right click the file name and click ‘Copy’

So, find the file:

If you view it, it may open in your browser so you can see the web address in the bar, like so:

Or you have the option to copy the link location from the document manager itself:

But if you let me know when you’ve received all the logos, I certainly don’t mind taking a look for you if you’re not 100% certain on how to do it.

i have not received them all yet i have six some will be replaced on recept of the other two. I have text in the footer area which holds bank account details.

Once you have everything, let me know and I’ll take a look and see what I can do for you.

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