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I have a template and that template has a logo. The logo is something called "Cream". I really like the way it has been set up. I want the same style with different name. How to do that? The problem is that logo is a .png image and not text. Any idea on what to do?

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closed as not a real question by Su', Simon Hayter, John Conde Apr 10 '13 at 23:42

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Your description is a little vague, but I think what you're asking is how to use a the same font that is in the logo to create any arbitrary text you like.

Assuming this is a font / typeface named "Cream", you'll need to find a copy of the font file online (either free or for purchase; it varies based on what you're looking for) and use CSS to embed the font.

If you're not able to find the font, it may go by a different name. I've had some good results with What the Font determining a font based on images.

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