What is Favicon?
A favicon (short for ‘favorites icon’), also known as a website icon, a page icon or an urlicon, are little icons associated with a particular website or webpage, shown next to the site’s name in the URL bar of most browsers. Browsers that support favicons may also display them next to the site’s name in lists of bookmarks and next to the page’s title in a tabbed document interface. The most common sizes for favicons are: 16×16, 32×32, 48×48, 64×64, 128×128.
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I am still trying to figure out how to actually get the favicon to work. Yours is awesome by the way!
I tagged you with a meme. I thought it would be interesting to see 7 random facts about you. Below is a link to the post with the instructions. Thanks!
OneBrownGuy — Thanks! :) I used GenFavicon, an online favicon generator. You can try it. It’s really fast and easy.
Will do the meme.
You have to be persistent with some browsers. We use an animated favicon which is active on Firefox and Netscape, but swaps to a static favicon for Internet Explorer. We list the code you put in your Head section to accomplish this on our favicon page located at http://www.cathetel.com/favicon.htm .
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