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What is a Favicon?
What is a Favicon?

Learn more about the Favicon field, in your Travefy Website builder.

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Written by Kendra Rader
Updated over a week ago

In the Website Builder of your Travefy account, you may have seen the Favicon field

in the settings section and are curious about what it is.

What is it?

A Favicon is a small, iconic image that represents your website.

Its main purpose is to help visitors locate your page easier when they have multiple tabs open.

Favicons are not to be confused with logos but can sometimes be the same.

Favicons are found next to anything that identifies your website. This includes bookmarks, tabs, toolbar apps, history results, and search bars.

See an example below of a Favicon showing in a web browser tab.

Where is it?

To edit your Favicon field, you can just click on Settings in your Website builder.

Once you click into Settings, you will be able to scroll down to the Favicon field.

You will then be able to click to add or drag an image that will then show as the Favicon.

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