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
You know what the favicon is. This is this small icon in each browser’s tab. Web developers are familiar with the classic favicon declaration: <link rel=”shortcut icon” href=”/favicon.ico”> Each web site comes with its favicon. A must have. But wait, Continue reading Favicon – Why you’re doing it wrong
Yep. RealFaviconGenerator now displays an ad at the top of each page. I don’t feel the need to justify this decision but I’d like to comment it. Donations First, let’s talk about money. Since June 2014, RFG has a Paypal Continue reading Is this an ad?
With the new Android Chrome editor came new design elements. In particular, the dedicated picture management was different of iOS and Windows. It hurts. This has been fixed. Now the dedicated pictures are all similar, in their own tabs. As Continue reading It’s about consistency
From the beginning, RealFaviconGenerator supports Android Chrome. Well, that was minimum service. Sure, the required icon was generated, but that was all. In particular, there was no “RealFaviconGenerator’s touch”, which is the ability to design an icon for that particular Continue reading Welcome, Android Chrome!
iOS lets you define a startup image. When your visitors add your web site to their home screen, this image is displayed for a short time when the home screen link is clicked. Now you can create this image with Continue reading iOS startup image now available via the API
The RealFaviconGenerator non-interactive API was released a few weeks ago. At that time, the Grunt plugin was its first client and. Its features were limited to the options available in the classic UI: iOS and Windows 8 icons design. That Continue reading Five new platforms are available via the non-interactive API, coming soon in the UI
The promise of RealFaviconGenerator is to let you create a multiplatform favicon within minutes, the same amount of time we needed 10 years ago when a single favicon.ico file was enough. This mission is good enough for many web projects Continue reading GruntJS plugin for RealFavionGenerator is now available