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Configuring a Favicon

Configuring a Favicon

A favicon (favourites icon) is the little icon websites have that you can usually see in the upper corner of the browser/tab. It’s generally either 16x16px or 32x32px. 72 more words

Html

Convert a Static HTML Website to a Ruby on Rails Web Application

Motivation

Even the simplest website starts from a sketch or drawing of what the page should look like. This is often referred to as a wireframe, or otherwise known as the blueprint for a web product. 1,386 more words

Rails

Favicons!

Favicons are tiny logos (16 x 16 pixels in size to be exact) that you encounter every time you’re online. You’ll see them on the left hand side of each open tab or when you bookmark a page. 334 more words

Tips

How to change the logo displayed in the title bar of browser for a web application deployed in tomcat?

Default Icon showed in browser title bar, for application deployed in Tomcat server, is called favicon.ico. We can replace this default icon for our own applications by few simple steps. 111 more words

Tomcat

Favicons.

Oh good, yep. That’s what I wanted.

:)

Seriously though – why isn’t it showing on Chrome when it shows up fine on Firefox?

Design

First WordPress 4.3 Beta Is Out

WP 4.3 Beta1 comes with better passwords and favicon support

As we were writing two weeks ago, the first version of the WordPress 4.3 branch is out and most of the features the team was discussing back then have been added to the core. 272 more words

Tech & Gadgets

How to change browser icon in wordpress

The icon that you seeĀ on the browser’s tab (if the browser supports tabbed browsing) and on the left side of the site URL in the address bar is known as a… 365 more words

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