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Replace Favicon in Admin Theme?

Posted on 2013-05-24
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I'm using the OpenPublic distro.

Replacing the favicon is easy via the Appearance interface.

But I notice when logged in (in my case as an admin) I get the Drupal favicon.  How can I replace? I don't want any logged in users to see the Drupal favicon.
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Question by:sandshakimi
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by:nanharbison
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I have never seen that happen! Did you try refreshing the page or clearing the cache?
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The favicon is set per theme. Your site uses a different theme for the administrative pages. You'll need to go to yoursite.com/admin/appearance and click the settings link for the administrative theme and set the favicon there as well.
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by:scifikillr
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To replace the favicon in the theme, you can do one of two things:

1. Replace the file, literally (overwrite your own fav.ico file on top of the existing one).
2. Upload a custom favicon via the Theme Configuration page.
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