Favicon on Chrome

bloh

Active member
Any idea why my favicon on chrome seemed to be requested everytime I load a new page. As per gif below.
favi.gif
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
That is behaviour internal to the browser.

It just indicates the page is loading.
 

bloh

Active member
When the page is loading, it is rotating clockwise. But after the page loaded, it rotates anticlockwise. Other websites doesn't seem to have such behavior. Only mine did.

Maybe I'm just thinking too much about it.
Thanks anyway.
 
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Jeremy

Well-known member
It is an AJAX (in page request) action that is still working (it can be observed here if you edit your post -- just briefly).
 

Arantor

Active member
In fact, the two different directions actually indicate different things. Anti-clockwise is 'request sent, waiting for any kind of response' and clockwise is 'request received by server, sending response' (and the browser is downloading it/processing it, extended periods may mean it is doing all kinds of third-party lookups and stuff)

The brief anti-clockwise here is no different, there's some additional request being triggered after the main page has loaded. Facebook resources for example, though there can be others.
 
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