Change Icon on bookmark

Do you know how to change the icon of a web link in a browser's favorite list?
When you bookmark a web page, an icon and description is added to the
"favorites" menu of IE.  Typically, the icon looks like a blue E in front of a
white page.  Occasionally, there are web sites that have a different
bookmark-icon, for example, if you bookmark this site  you will notice that the default icon
is changed to a pink ASP.  How is that done?
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Note: This only works in IE5


Place a custom icon in your root on the server and call the icon : favicon.ico

IE5 will always look for that file, and if it's there it will use it. It's that simple !
You can actually test that it's done like this using you example, go to :
and you'll see the icon !
if you want to do it yourself on your favorite links, just right click select properties and click on the change icon button
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JasonSantiagoAuthor Commented:
I didn't do anything.  The person who setup the website did it.  I just bookmarked the site and it was set to the way the people who designed the Website wanted it.  How can I force a custom bookmark on someone elses machine when someone marks my site?  (Try the url you will see what I mean).  
kikkertm already gave the correct answer you must Place a custom icon in your root on the server and call the icon : favicon.ico

so when the users bookmark your page the browser will read it and use it as the default icon
I think I gave the one and only correct answer to your question JasonSantiago .... Why did you reject it.. ??
We are now 10 days further...If you don't want to know, Don't ask..

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