This plugin is based off of code from John Kolbert and his plugin, Admin Favicon. While that plugin sticks a favicon only into the admin pages, this plugin was designed so that it would stick a favicon on every blog and every administrative page. Consider it basically a Site-Wide Favicon. It’s useful for community sites that want to apply a favicon sitewide. As of now, unfortunately you need to manually enter the location of the favicon. Soon there will be an admin interface set up for it.
/wp-content/plugins/directory (if you are using wordpress)
/wp-content/mu-pluginsdirectory (if you are using wordpress mu)
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress (if using wordpress)
2A. Do nothing if using WordPress MU
- The Plugin works!
- Edit the uploaded plugin file with the location of the the favicon.
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- First Release
- Working with 2.8.4