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We start where we left from several months ago. Simple question. How do
you get the small icon to appear in the url address window and in the
bookmarks folder. I read somewhere that you had to put the icon in the
server root folder. It didn't work for me. If anyone could give me a
good answer, it will be much appreciated.
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Re: whoo who

In our last episode, knowledgeworks

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http://favicon.com /

IE won't display it until the site is bookmarked.

BTW: Your signature is enormous. It would be appreciated if you could
keep it to a reasonable length - 4 lines is generally considered plenty.
At least keep it shorter than your actual post. :-)

Mark Parnell

Re: whoo who

And lo, knowledgeworks didst speak in alt.www.webmaster:

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I'm sorry, I couldn't see your question for the billboard.

You must have some serious self-esteem issues, methinks, to think you  
require such a superfluous signature.


Re: whoo who

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<http://www.favicon.com/ ought to give you the info you want. Different
browsers treat favicons differently. Well, at least they used to. I'm a
little out of touch.



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knowledgeworks wrote

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You could start with a small sig, then move up to a small icon.

Charles Sweeney

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