I'd really, really, really like to be an Opera fan-girl, but it's just too different from the basic browser template I'm most familiar with.
If you search through the "favicon update" threads around here, often it's "why does it update in all my browsers but Firefox?
and this re-asking was causing it to not show the favicon for some reason without a refresh.
Someone else over there had an issue with rotating images... ) was caching them, and you had to manually refresh to show the image. Mm, just to make something clear, Firefox (for all the things that really PO me about it) is my main testing/development browser.
When you get the new favicon image in your browser, browse to “ 4.
Now you should be seeing the new favicon image Hope this helps someone.
Some sites load favicons using old html methods and some sites load multiple favicons by examining aspects of the user (e.g., browser). The reason for the time delay from what I've read is to improve the performance of the browser.
" The answer to which seem, Firefox really needs you to completely clear your cache for some reason.
When you change the favicon for your website, it is really hard to get the new favicon to display, right?
Or as my dear mother says "We're all whores in our own way, just some of us are smart enough to get paid." Don't get me started.
Others do wisdom heavily wrapped in vitriol much better than I care to around here.
Search for updating favicon:
Method 1: Add a link tag to the header section of your default page adding a query string to your filename.