HTML Favicon

A favicon (short for "favorite icon") is a small, square image that represents a website or web page.
It appears in the browser's address bar, next to the page title, and is often used as the icon for browser tabs.
Favicon helps users quickly identify and distinguish between different websites when they have multiple tabs open.

<!DOCTYPE html>
  <!-- Other meta tags, title, and CSS references go here -->

  <!-- Add the favicon link -->
  <link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="path/to/your/favicon.png">
  <!-- Your webpage content goes here -->

To add a favicon to your HTML document, Follow the steps:

  1. Create a Favicon Image: Start by creating a square image that will serve as your favicon. The recommended size for favicons is 16x16 pixels or 32x32 pixels, though some modern browsers support higher resolutions, such as 48x48 pixels or 64x64 pixels. Save the image in a standard image format like PNG, JPEG, or GIF.
  2. Upload the Favicon Image: Place the favicon image on your web server. Make sure to note the file path or URL of the image as you will need it later to reference it in your HTML code.
  3. Link the Favicon in Your HTML: Open the HTML file of the web page for which you want to add the favicon. Inside the section of your HTML document.

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