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Re: [vox-tech] [web-dev] Setting website icons?
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Re: [vox-tech] [web-dev] Setting website icons?



This is very weird.  I checked out the files from everything2.org,
slashdot.org, lugod.org, billsgames.com, and newbreedsoftware.com and
compared them.  The first two works on IE and Mozilla 1.0 under Windows,
but the rest don't.  After checking out the files using IconEdit32, I
notice no difference (except Everything2.org's file uses 16x16x256 icon.)

Maybe the link tag is required?  The other sites have the link tags (which
I didn't notice before 'cuz I didn't look for .ico...)

-Mark


On Mon, 10 Jun 2002, nbs wrote:

> On Mon, Jun 10, 2002 at 01:27:43PM -0700, Mark K. Kim wrote:
>
> > I noticed a couple weeks ago when I was fiddling with an ICO editor
> > program on Windows that Windows' ICO file contains several bitmaps for
> > different colors and sizes (IIRC, 16x16, 32x32, 64x64, B&W, 16 colors, 256
> > colors, in combinations)... kind of like Macintosh.  From Steven's
> > article, it sounds like you need 16x16 size icons at 16 colors, and
> > perhaps the ones on the above three sites are of wrong colors or sizes?
>
> Ugh.  Well, screw IE (unless someone can fix and test the icons for me).
> I don't have Windows, and therefore don't have access to IE.  (THANK GOD!)
>
> The icons work perfectly under Konqueror. :)
>
> Perhaps an upgrade from Win/IE to Linux/Konq is what everyone in the world
> needs? :)
>
>
> Anyone happen to know if any other 'favicon.ico'-supporting browsers
> have problems?  (Does Moz support icons?)
>
>
> > The editor I used is PC Magazine's IconEdit32 from Download.com.  That's
> > IconEdit32 with "32" at the end, not the version without:
> >
> >    http://download.com.com/3000-2195-5929957.html?tag=lst-0-2
> >
> > (Needs Windows to run... maybe WINE will work with it?)
>
> Bleh.  I don't even have WINE.  I'm 99.9% Microsoft free.
> (I have their free TrueType fonts installed :^)  I do NOT have any MS mice
> or keyboards, even)
>
> -bill!
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Mark K. Kim
http://www.cbreak.org/
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