1. ♥Neeraj Yadav♥ says:

    That is called Favicon

    A Favicon is a multi-resolution image included on nearly all professional developed sites. Within Internet Explorer the Favicon is displayed on the Address line and in the Favorites menu. The Favicon allows the webmaster to further promote their site, and to create a more customized appearance within a visitor’s browser. Often, the Favicon reflects the look and feel of the web site or the organization’s logo. An ico file is actually a repository of bitmap like images. They are used because in some locations a 16×16 pixel image is desired, and sometimes a 32×32 image may be needed. Sometimes a 16 color image is desired, and sometimes a 256 color icon is desired.

    Create one ico file from any image file with image manipulation softwares like gimp/irfanview free ones and save as “favicon.ico”
    and put it under root directory of your website it will start appearing.


    4. Insert a link to it in all your pages that you wish to use the favicon.

    If you have called your icon favicon.ico and you uploaded it into your root directory, you don’t NEED to put any code in your pages. However, sometimes the favicon won’t show for some browsers, so to put a link in might be a wise thing to do. You will also need to put a link in if you want to use something other than a file called favicon.ico or if your site is a subdomain or a free hosted site (ie: not your own domain name). This is because you need to tell the browser to look for THAT image for that page in THAT folder.

    Put this piece of code somewhere between the tags on your pages:

    If you have a ‘secure’ site, you will need to provide the path using https:

    hope this helps

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