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Installing a favicon on your website is relatively easy.

For those of you that already have an image that you would like to use and simply want to install a favicon right away; here is a quick start installation description.

1.Take any unique image (GIF, JPEG, or PNG) and resize it into three different size versions. Save one at 16x16 pixels, the other at 32x32 pixels, and the final one at 48x48 pixels.

2.Take these images and save them both in an .ico format file. Make sure that all images are in the SAME .ico file. You don’t want to create separate .ico files, all images need to be inserted into the same .ico file.

3.Name your .ico file “favicon.ico”.

4.Upload the favicon.ico file to your root/top-level directory on your server.

5.Update the pages that you want to display the favicon by adding this code to into your HTML document:

<link rel="shortcut icon" href="" type="image/x-icon"><link rel="icon" href="" type="image/x-icon">

This code needs to be placed anywhere between the and tags of the HTML document.

Just be sure to change "example" to your unique website address.

That’s it.

If you have an image that you know will look good and hold up at 16x16 pixels (and both 32x32 & 48x48 pixels), know how to convert multiple images into one .ico file, know how to edit your HTML document, and have an FTP program to upload files to a server, you’re done.

For more advanced instructions on how to create images, how to create an ico file for your favicon, video & audio tutorials, etc; please visit

Jason Anderson

Author of "Favicons Made EZ".