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|How To Create A Favicon For Your Website by hansdafinest(m): 10:19pm On Nov 07, 2018|
Favicons are small images that you can see in the address bar of Google Chrome or Firefox browser when you are visiting any website.
The reason why many of the website owners use favicon image is to give their website a unique look and to make them stand apart in this competitive world where websites are being developed every second.
Favicons were not that popular earlier. However, in 2003 the World Wide Web decided to standardize certain policies after which the implementation of favorite icons became increasingly common and was used by many website owners.
Favicon images are normally small images made up of 32 or 32 pixels and most of the times website owners prefer to get it done through professional site designers to make sure that their portal does not look unprofessional or untidy.
For those who have an image file can resize the image file and create their own icon file. However, you have to be cautious to ensure that your icon file look good and decent or you get a professional help.
After you have completed making your icon file, you need to save the file as favicon.ico
Once the file is saved you can upload the file to your site and check if it is working perfectly through your browser. Uploading the favicon.ico in the root directory of the website is considered a good option as you do not have to copy paste the icon file in every directory.
So go and create your jazzy favicon now and add it to your site.
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