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    How can I add my logo to my document's title that it can be seen in a MDI browser?

    Hi

    If you are using a MDI (Multi Document Interface) browser like NS7 or advanced browser and you go to sites like dev shed or Hotmail or Coding Forums you see that you can see their logo in the address bar + your window tab. I don't know whether it's possible to do it with HTML or it has to do something with their domain registrar, but I wana know how to do it!

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    I'm pretty sure you're thinking about a "favicon." It's basically a 16x16 pixel image saved as an ".ico" file in your root directory. The ISP will pick it up automatically, but if it doesn't you can link to it via HTML with "<link rel="shortcut icon" href="/wherever/favicon.ico">". There are several posts in this forum about it, or you can check out www.favicon.com.

    -Rich

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    hey, thank you! Yeah, it worked! It is what I was looking for, thank you.

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    glad I could help


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