|Need a graphic or icon?
There is a limited library of graphics on the Extension site
which you may use on any page associated with University of Missouri Extension.
University of Missouri Extension Logos
variations of the Extension logo, blue and black, small and large, transparent and white
backgrounds. You may use any of these which is appropriate to your organization. Questions
about logo usage should be directed to George
Laur, extension publications coordinator.
Images for 4-H Youth pages
NEW - Higher quality image files for print use and customizing.
state shape outline w/no interior lines
outline w/county boundaries
outline w/county boundaries and names
outline w/extension region and county boundaries
Missouri House of Rep districts (2002)
map showing districts
maps showing urban districts for St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield
contains Missouri maps with the appropriate counties colored in, to indicate where it is
located in the state.
contains local maps of each county.
contains maps of the counties comprising each University of Missouri Extension region.
Small Program Icons / Logos
Master Gardener & Jr MG icons
contains some public domain animated .gif images.
contains some background paper images. Be careful when using backgrounds that you don't
make your content unreadable. There are some left-margin images that add a bit of color,
while keeping he main content area plain white for readability.
contains a variety of bullets and other tiny graphics.
contains horizontal separator lines for breaking up pages of text.
contains a variety of symbols and icons.
Using graphics on extension.missouri.edu
How to use any of graphics in the directories listed above:
* If your pages are on the extension.missouri.edu (also aliased as outreach.missouri.edu) site, all you need to do is use the location of these
graphics in your page, such as: <img src="/images/bullets/blue_swirl.gif">
would give you: .
If your pages are on a different server, you can go to the image you want, save it on
your hard drive, then FTP it along with your Web pages to your server.
There are many other places on the Web where you can find graphics to use. If they are
included in a library of clearly marked "public domain" graphics, you can use
them on your pages. Be aware that there are some sites with graphics you can save and use,
but they ask to be given credit for where you got them. Be cautious of
"stealing" graphics directly off someone else's pages -- they may have spent
many hours creating a unique, original "look" and consider it their trademark.
Digital content is governed by the same copyright laws as print material.