Does anybody know where the internet browser draws the tab favicon. On Safari my site (https://www.charlesprinceclassiccars.com) shows up with a Joomla favicon in the tab bar on one machine with Mac OS Catalina installed, and on another machine a simple “C” letter is shown. The latter is on a machine running MAC High Sierra. Please see screen shots. I have cleared history and caches on both browsers. Where does this come from?
It looks like you haven’t added your own favicon. The browser console shows that it’s a 404 not found.
Have you tried to add a favicon? If you have one set in Rapidweaver, you might need to republish all file for it to show.
Thanks Neil, No I have never added a favicon. It just appeared!
Here is a screenshot from another machine using High Sierra. A different favicon appears.
That’s just the default favicon that the browser uses (first letter of the domain name). You’ll need to add your own favicon to change it.
There’s a video here from Realmac about favicons and web icons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l70oeB6G6qc
Thanks Neil, that’s great–I wonder where the Joomla favicon appeared from?
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