Favicon Added to HOS’ Web Address

Favicon Added to HOS’ Web Address

Here is a new term to add to your vocabulary–“favicon”.  It’s the little symbol preceding the web address.  Well, if you have not noticed it, a favicon has been added to HOS’ web address.  It’s small and you probably cannot tell what it is.  If you think you know, tell us as a comment to this article.  We’ll give you the answer later.

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  1. Favicon (pronounced fav-eye-con) is short for ‘Favorites Icon.’ 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.

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