If you're looking for a quick way to create a favicon—the tiny little logo that appears in bookmarks and address bars—for your web site, Favicon Generator offers dead simple image importing, editing, and conversion. Favicon Generator is a web-based service that converts GIFs, JPEGs, and PNG files into 16x16 pixel ICO files suitable for use as web site favicons. Why the special ICO format? Although most modern web browsers are perfectly capable of loading favicons in PNG and other formats, Internet Explorer is a bit behind the times and still requires ICO format. In addition to converting existing files into ICO format, you can also create a favicon from scratch with the editing tool. Unfortunately you can't load converted images, as with previously reviewed Favicon.cc, but Favicon Generator still has a lot of convenience to recommend it. If you have another site or tool you use for editing icons, favicons or otherwise, share the wealth in the comments below.
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