A year ago, the GruntJS plugin for RealFaviconGenerator was released. The plugin itself was usable, but it missed one important feature: the ability to be used easily, without reading RealFaviconGenerator’s API and testing. Want to handle favicon with Grunt? Here Continue reading GruntJS plugin for RealFaviconGenerator is back, simpler than ever
A few days ago RFG started to collect user’s feedback in three areas. 170 visitors filled one of the forms. THANK YOU!! Platform The first question was about the platforms you would like RFG to support. The winner is… the Continue reading RFG needs your feedback (2/2)
Until now, RFG didn’t explicitly asked for feedback. Users have done it via: Email This blog Social media (especially Twitter) Issues on Github I’ve just started something I should have done long ago: survey users for direct feedback. During a Continue reading RFG needs your feedback (1/2)
Apple released Mac OS X “El Capitan” a few days ago. Safari comes with pinned tabs, a cool feature to keep some sites around. The feature itself is not new, but Safari makes it really neat (at 0:48). Guess what? Continue reading Safari’s pinned tabs support (Mac OS X El Capitan)
With 60,000 active installs, Favicon by RealFaviconGenerator WordPress plugin is the most favicon-related WordPress plugin. Since a few months, the plugin looks for updates and notifies you whenever the favicon should be refreshed. There is new stuff. The plugin is Continue reading WordPress users: your favicon up-to-date. Automatically.
Until now, RealFaviconGenerator consisted in two universes: The interactive API, aka “User interacts with the UI to create a favicon” The non-interactive API. Post a favicon generation request to the web service and get your package a second later Although Continue reading Web site, interactive API and non-interactive API now work together
Five days ago, Kacper Szurek sent me an email to warn me about a security issue in the WordPress plugin. It was fixed a few minutes ago. Please update to v1.2.13. How dangerous this breach was? It would allow an Continue reading XSS vulnerability fixed in the WordPress plugin
Favicon caching is a classic issue when updating your existing icon. Here is the story: your web site had the same favicon for months or even years. And now you update it. Great! Except that all your regular visitors still Continue reading New favicon? No problem!
Alright. Favicon is not the most sensible topic around. Plus this icon is expected to be published and viewed by as much visitors as possible. Or not. Maybe you’re doing some experiments with RealFaviconGenerator. Maybe you work on a secret Continue reading SSL Support
Until now, RealFaviconGenerator created HTML5. Meet our two new friends: XHTML and Jade. XHTML is a bit old-fashion nowadays, but many people still need it. The primary difference between HTML and XHTML is the slef-closing markup syntax. XHTML demands a Continue reading Get your favicon in HTML, XHTML or Jade