I’ve written about adding a favicon (favorites icon) to your blog before, but it entailed coding.
Now there’s a plugin that will automatically add a favicon to your blog.
For those who don’t know what a favicon is, it is the tiny icon that shows up in your browser (URL bar), next to your site’s name. It will also show up in tabs (if you are using Firefox), and in bookmarks.
I first learned about this plugin on Gert’s blog.
I clicked on the link and downloaded the MaxBlogPress (MBP) Favicon plugin
It was a typical download.
Activate the plugin
Go to options
Sign a one time registration via email
Go to an ad page
Get final activation
I used my avatar for my favicon, but if you choose to use something different, the MaxBlogPress (MBP) favicon plugin includes 100 icons + links to many others.
Thank you Pawan Agarwal, for this great plugin.
If you want to add a favicon, check out the MBP plugin. It’s fast and easy, and there’s no coding involved.
How sweet is that?
Photo Credit: Darren Hester’s photostream