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Admin Favicon Plugin Video Review

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April 7th, 2008
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Today’s WordPress Plugin video review is of Admin Favicon by John Kolbert.

Video Summary: Admin Favicon is a plugin for those who have a lot of open tabs and would like to use a Favicon to show using the WordPress Administrative Panels.

Pros: Extremely simple to use and quite useful for those who have a lot of open tabs in their browser. Very light-weight script.

Cons: None. Admin Favicon is not ideal for those who use desktop publishers or browsers without tabbed support.

If you would like your own plugin reviewed, please get in contact with me via e-mail (ronalfy+wltc @ gmail dot com). Please keep in mind I will not review premium plugins.

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  1. Anon says:

    Bloody hell. Just put a favicon.ico in your wordpress directory.

    Its simple.

  2. Ronald Huereca (66 comments.) says:

    @Anon,

    The plugin author addresses this. Of course you can modify core files to insert the favicon manually. It’s not hard. But it’s overwritten on your next upgrade.



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