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  1. Alright, this might be confusing, but I'll try to explain:

    In the URL field of your browser, next to "http:", a little site-dependant icon appears. For gmail, it's a little envelope. For wordpress, it's the little W-logo. Some sites simply have the globe, which I believe is the default.

    As it stands, my site displays the little wordpress W (probably because I'm hosted on the wordpress domain). Is there any way to change this to a custom icon?

    I should mention, I'm using Cutline with custom CSS.

    Thanks in advance.

  2. It's called a favicon and no, we can't change it currently.

  3. Drmike:

    Thanks. Sorry to repeat the topic; I honestly didn't know what it was called.

    I appreciate the help.


  4. Not a problem. I just gave you the link so you could see the other threads on the topic just for reference. :)

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