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Favicon Controller


To change the look of Favicon in WordPress Dashboard, Your Website and User Access Area you can definitely use this plugin.


You can either install it automatically from the WordPress admin, or do it manually:

  1. Unzip the archive and put the ‘Favicon-Controller’ folder into your plugins folder (/wp-content/plugins/).
  2. Activate the plugin from the Plugins menu.


Once installed you can Go to WP-Admin -> Settings -> Favicon Controller for configuration Purpose.


How can I contribute for Favicon Controller?

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How to use this plugin on my theme?

You will find ‘favicon’ folder along with this plugin. Copy ‘favicon’, folder into your theme’s directory. If your theme’s name is mytwentyeleven then you can copy those files to and inside your theme’s function file include the below snippet code

include_once(TEMPLATEPATH . ‘/favicon/favicon.php’);

How to change favicon images after using this plugin on my theme?

Go to favicon folder in your theme’s directory and inside it you will find images folder. Now change your desire favicon images but keep note that to change the favicon image file name you have to tweak the code inside ‘favicon.php’

Contributors & Developers

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  • Favicon Controller released