It's so beautifully arranged on the plate — you know someone's fingers have been all over it.

— Julia Childs on nouvelle cuisine

By , on February 5, 2011

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If you’re using WordPress Multisite to manage multiple WP blogs, you may want to configure individual favicon icons for each sub-site. There’s a write-up over here. Note that you need to upload the favicon.ico file to wp-content/blogs.dir/XX/files where XX is the site ID number.

And here’s an easy to use online favicon generator.

Inevitably you’ll probably run into the problem of making changes to your icon and still seeing the old one in your browser. Try changing the name of the favicon.ico file to a name your browser hasn’t seen, make the same update in the functions.php file (as discussed on the linked site above) then reload your home page.



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