The Facebook Open Graph image is the image linked to a web page and displayed by Facebook in the news feed when the said page is shared: This image has special requirements, in particular its dimensions. We already saw that Continue reading Major sites that think they have their Facebook image right but don’t
Here is how to use the Favicon by RealFaviconGenerator WordPress plugin: Install and activate the plugin Go to Appearance > Favicon Design and setup the favicon. Well done! Forget about it Now, it is tempting to say “Hey, the mission Continue reading Why does the Favicon by RealFaviconGenerator WordPress plugin need to be activated all the time?
What is the easiest way to setup a good-looking, efficient website? Use a website builder. In a matter of hours, you can create a compelling website and go live. How good are these websites on mobile? Excellent, actually. Major website Continue reading Website builders and their lame favicon support
If you use Facebook, you must be used to this kind of thing in your news feed: Someone (a friend maybe) shared some content and here you are with a title, a description, a link to click. And an image. Continue reading Facebook Open Graph image: You’re (probably) doing it wrong
The new MacBook Pro comes with a Touch Bar. This touch-screen-as-a-keyboard element is programmable and all macOS applications are expected to provide some contextual content. Safari is no exception. What does it display and how is your web site impacted? Continue reading MacBook Pro Touch Bar icon preview, and why it matters
RealFaviconGenerator’s favicon plugin for WordPress is the most convenient way to install a favicon in a WordPress site with RFG. But it regularly raises a question: how does the plugin affect performance? This is a legit question. You certainly don’t Continue reading RFG’s WordPress plugin and performance
When RFG was released 3 years ago, it barely had more than a few pages. So it started with no navigation at all if not for a few links in the footer of each page. With its modules for Gulp, Continue reading RFG enters the 21th century with its new Navigation Bar
Did you see the latest favicon package created by RealFaviconGenerator? It’s only 5 lines of HTML! The initial promise: support everything RealFaviconGenerator was created with the intent of providing support for all platforms. Not only a single favicon.ico for desktop Continue reading New favicon package – Less is more
RealFaviconGenerator is not a mere claim, a promise that all these icons will (probably) find they way in the tabs, bookmarks and home screens or your visitors. The generated code and icons are actually tested before being released. The compatibility Continue reading How RFG’s favicons are tested
Photoshop is a great tool. Use it and you can expect your pictures to be just perfect. Well, almost perfect. Let’s see what Apple got when they created their own Touch icon: $ wget -o apple-icon.png http://www.apple.com/apple-touch-icon.png $ ls -l Continue reading Photoshop user? Why not RealFaviconGenerator?