Did you by any chance mean falcon?
- From the original filename used by Internet Explorer, "favicon.ico", a blend of favorites and icon. (Wiktionary)
“Make sure to name them appropriately if you load both BrainPOP and BrainPOP jr. links as the favicon is the same for both.”
“The tern "favicon" is short for "favorite icon", and as such Internet Explorer will only display the favicon of a site if the site is recognized as one of your favorites (ie: if you have bookmarked the site in your browser!).”
“Offering up a favicon is not a solution and asking the user to have an image already is completely unreasonable given how easy it should be to find a suitable image for them.”
“Creating a favicon is quite easy if you are, well, creative.”
“The favicon is such a simple piece of promotion, you really should have no excuse for not implementing it straight away.”
“Having a favicon is yet another way to establish your identity and make it easier for people to remember your site among a pile of places.”
“Maybe link love's favicon is encountering this problem.”
“Is there any way I can verify that your favicon is well installed on my site, as it is still not showing up?”
“A basic favicon is 16 X 16 pixels (I think) … the standard thing to do is work on a 64 X 64 piece of art and then reduce from there … if you start larger, then the pixels will get squished”
“Incorporating all four of Google's colors red, yellow, green, and blue into the four corners of the favicon was a theme we liked in many submissions.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘favicon’.
these came into effect from 2011
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Looking for tweets for favicon.