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XF 1.5 [Solved]What is this called and how do you change it?

#1
Hi,

What are those icons called and how can I change it from xenForo logo to my own logo?

Thanks in advance and a big thanks to all xenforo developers and contributors. You guys really have an amazing piece of software.

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Dadparvar

Well-known member
#4
As @Jake Bunce said in that URL:

1.Go to Admin CP -> Appearance -> Templates -> PAGE_CONTAINER:
2. Add the code below, right before "</head>":
Code:
<LINK REL="SHORTCUT ICON" HREF="http://xenforo.com/favicon.ico">
Make sure you replace "http://xenforo.com/favicon.ico" with your own favicon URL.
I checked you site with both mobile and desktop browsers and I see your custom favicon.
But change this photo and see if everything will be ok as you want or not.
 
#5
As @Jake Bunce said in that URL:

1.Go to Admin CP -> Appearance -> Templates -> PAGE_CONTAINER:
2. Add the code below, right before "</head>":
Code:
<LINK REL="SHORTCUT ICON" HREF="http://xenforo.com/favicon.ico">
Make sure you replace "http://xenforo.com/favicon.ico" with your own favicon URL.
I checked you site with both mobile and desktop browsers and I see your custom favicon.
But change this photo and see if everything will be ok as you want or not.
This looks like the solution, I will do this when I get to a PC.

Thank you for your time.
 

Martok

Well-known member
#6
ACP > Appearance > Style Properties > Header and Navigation

Create a Facebook Open Graph Logo that's at least 200x200 pixels and upload to your website.
Change the Facebook Open Graph Logo path to where the image is. Doing this rather than saving it in the style directory means it won't be overwritten when it's updated.

Making these changes will solve the issue.
 
#8
ACP > Appearance > Style Properties > Header and Navigation

Create a Facebook Open Graph Logo that's at least 200x200 pixels and upload to your website.
Change the Facebook Open Graph Logo path to where the image is. Doing this rather than saving it in the style directory means it won't be overwritten when it's updated.

Making these changes will solve the issue.
That's not the favicon, this is the correct answer ^^
This worked, thanks alot.

@Dadparvar

Thanks for your time.