This common customization can help people identify your brand logo, and also differentiates your site from other Joomla 3 sites. Having a hard time finding out how to exactly do that.

Yes, the tiny square image in your browser tab has a name: It's called a favicon.

To update your page's favicon, follow the steps or check out our handy video below. Head to the Settings tab on your event page's toolbar.

I posted a bug-report about this behavior a while back, so they may or may not have fixed it. If you don't have that, the favicon seems to get stuck in limbo - and is not associated with the page's cache.

I think that's the reason why, anyway, but I'm not 100% sure.

Finally read the description how to set up favicon to your site!

..good at all - as every time your customer will update the template he will lose the favicon as it will be replaced by the joomla favicon again...

Can't find the folder in which to place the favicon, using the online Joomla. Hello Slanter, Apologies for the confusion with the instructions above. We can't give you an exact location because we don't know what theme you're using or where you may have installed Joomla.

However, the location is based on where you installed Joomla and then finding the folder for the theme that you're using.

Favicons DELETE FROM favicons WHERE id IN ( SELECT icon_id FROM icon_mapping WHERE page_url LIKE '%localhost:%' ); DELETE FROM favicon_bitmaps WHERE icon_id IN ( SELECT icon_id FROM icon_mapping WHERE page_url LIKE '%localhost:%' ); DELETE FROM icon_mapping WHERE page_url LIKE '%localhost:%' ; Actually all you need is to browse to com/and you will see the cached old icon, click refresh (ctrl R) or (ctrl F5) and you will see the new one. Testresults: In all likelihood the 'Favicons' file located in "C:\Users(User name)\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default" will show a file size much lower (~20-30k) than the one you saved into the exported file folder. Just remember to check the file size of the default 'Favicons' file every once in awhile, especially after adding new bookmarked webpages. For ease of recovering future lost icons add these two file locations to the Windows explorer's Favorites bar: a) 'Chrome bookmarks' b) "C:\Users(User name)\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default" PS in future use a browser history cleaner utility i.e. Avoid using chrome's History cleaning feature Looked through suggestions to change “stuck” favicons in my bookmarks bar.

To resolve the missing icon problem: copy/paste the two saved 'Favicons' files from the new folder (see 4. Then just copy the larger size default file to your 'Chrome bookmarks folder'. I took the easy way out and installed the extension Bookmark Favicon Changer.

above) to "C:\Users(User name)\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default". It took me 5 minutes to fix the problem that had been bugging me for months – and that’s including deleting the extension after use!