What is the All In One Favicon plugin for Wordpress?

All In One Favicon is a simple Wordpress plugin that will allow you to easily manage your favicon on your Wordpress site. A favicon is a small icon that displays within your browser to identify your site, such as images within your tabs or bookmarks. This plugin manages these small icons to help you implement one very easily within your site.

Installing the All In One Favicon plugin for Wordpress

Installation of the All In One Favicon plugin is quite easy as it can be installed right within the Wordpress dashboard. In the next steps, we will outline the process for installing and activating the plugin.

  1. Log into your Wordpress dashboard

  2. Now, we will locate the plugin. This can be done within your Wordpress dashboard by clicking on Plugins, then Add New over to the left side of the page. Once you are on this page, search for "All In One Favicon". The first result should be the plugin you are looking for.

  3. Now that you have found the correct plugin, click Install Now. Wordpress will then automatically install it for you. Once it has successfully installed All In One Favicon, click on Activate Plugin. The plugin is now active and ready to configure and used.

Configuring All In One Favicon

The All In One Favicon plugin makes it very easy to configure your favicons for both the front end and the back end of your site. This is useful if you want a different favicon for your admin panel. To access your settings for All In One Favicon, click on Settings, then All In One Favicon to the left of the Wordpress dashboard.

Within this screen, you will see various options for adding favicons to both the front end and back end in several different formats. To add your favicon, click Upload next to the format that you are providing your favicon in. After doing so, just click Save Changes. Your Favicon that you uploaded should now be displayed.

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