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  • Moderator bcworkz


    I don’t think it’s practical to enhance the plugin to do this, it probably requires a different approach. What that is depends on how you define which icon goes with which page. I suggest creating a function that decides the correct icon based on query vars or template tags like is_home, is_search, is_archive, etc. or something even more specific if need be. It should be able to be determined somehow from query vars though. The function returns the correct URLs in the standard series of <link> tags for favicons. This function could be a callback to the ‘wp_head’ action, or you could call it directly from your theme’s header template.

    What do you mean by that bcworkz? I don’t know how to do that…

    Moderator bcworkz


    If you can’t find a plugin to do what you want and don’t know how to code a solution yourself, you would need to hire someone that does. I am not offering my services, you can find help at:

    It shouldn’t take too long for someone that knows what they are doing.

    They say that you need to pay for that so I don’t want to choose that option.


    I think it can be done with al little PHP coding, and using custom-fields.
    You can insert a custom field ‘favicon’, with the name of the file.
    Then you write a function ‘getFavicon()’, and bind it to the wp_head hook. In this function you can get the name by using

    $file = get_post_meta(id, 'favicon)

    and this should give you some background information.
    I think it’s easy, but ask if there are some problems


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