Simple Defaults allows you to set some of the more common default items in Genesis Theme Frameworks
A collection of tweaks to improve your WordPress experience and your site’s performance.
Help you set and determine the icon on your blog so the visitor can see your logo on browser title bar.
Let you change the look of your blog by changing the Background Image from your gallery
AmberPanther Favicon for WordPress seamlessly adds a favicon to your WordPress powered site, while ensuring cross browser compatibility.
Auto adds your favicon (small icon) in the browser's title bar, making your blog easier to recognize. Also works in Internet Explorer, unlike some oth
Adds corresponding favicon from Google Shared Stuff after every links in your posts.
Adds a custom favicon to all WordPress/MU Blogs and Administration Panels! Originally based of the WordPress Admin Favicon Plugin by John Kolbert!
Just add a favicon on your site. If your activated theme doesn't support favicon; the plugin add the functionality.
A simple way to put a favicon on your site. With out messing with theme code or having to change it every time you change theme.
Easily add an Apple iPod Touch / iPhone icon, a favicon and more to your blog.
This plugin gives your WordPress backend a custom favicon.
Just a real simple plugin to change the favicon for the admin pages; helpful if you've got a bunch of tabs open in Firefox so you can quickly see whic
Favicon Images for WordPress Comments lets you add favicons next to your blog comments using the site URL of the commentator.