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Authored by: jcstudio on Jan 31, '03 06:34:32PM

I found that emptying Safari's cache, then clearing the history, does the trick. I had a bad favicon on my site that rendered garbage, but after doing this it cleared the way for my new icon. I am using my favicon on a .mac hosted site with no problem. I couldn't get Photoshop to save as the proper format (a Windows ICO file) but Graphic Converter took care of it.

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PNG/GIF/JPG can also work
Authored by: sardu_mac on Jan 31, '03 09:07:28PM

Many browsers will also show 16x16 pixel PNG images in addition to ICO files. Make sure to add a TYPE attribute specifying the Content-Type if you decide to use another format:
<link rel="Icon" href="" type="image/png">

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PNG/GIF/JPG can also work
Authored by: leebennett on Feb 02, '03 07:34:30PM

thos formats may work for safari, but to not work for windows IE ... in case you care.

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