Dom you mean this one?
Precisely! Well…not that specific link, but at least I’ve got a place to start to make one o’ these dingers…
if you have photoshop, you can easily create one out of there. i did it for my site. took me a whole 30 seconds maybe. i just did a search in google, and tutorials on creating favicons and it came up….pretty easy.
if you have any trouble with it, i can create one for you and send it over.
Omigosh! That was too easy!! It’s done. And I didn’t even have to pay for it.
I guess everybody with a website must know about this?
Hey, that’s nice of you to offer, Ennis! But the Favicon site beat ya to it 😉
Interesting note: after creating and placing the favicon, I was having trouble getting it to “stick” across pages, and after switching to a different tab (website) and back again. Other sites had their favicons stick just fine. So…I discovered that you need to know *which* WP-files (yes, more than one!) that contain the <header> tags need to contain the <link ref…> (favicon path reference) tag. They are:
1) wp-content/themes/<your theme here>/header.php
2) <site root>/wp.php
Now the favicon ‘sticks’ across pages. ( This assumes the favicon itself is loose in the same directory as your header.php file, as seems to be suggested in ‘favicon best practices’.)
Is there a way to make it “global” in a sense that I don’t have to modify each theme in order to have the favicon working. I’m asking this because if I suddenly decide to switch themes then I would have to edit each theme’s header.php file in order to have the favicon working.
I tried placing it in the index.php on the main directory but the site wouldn’t load 🙁
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