By Alex Trott
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FaviconIt is one of the easiest ways to convert your icons, logos, or any image file into the suitable sizes for favicons for your website.
FaviconIt supports a wide range of file formats:
Which can all be converted by simply dragging the image you wish to convert to the app and clicking a button. Creating a perfect favicon for your website.
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Please rate and review.
This is a great application! Its so easy to use and it supports multiple file formats (see above). Just drag your image onto the app and automagically it creates a file on your desktop with the favicons in three different sizes, awesome! Will give developers much more time to spend working on the actual website, a must have for developers.
Paid for itself in 10 seconds
This little app paid for itself in a manner of seconds! Sure, I could have slaved away in a bloated image app, played with resizing, adjusted pixels, etc. But for under a buck, this did it all—clean looking icons, proper formatting, saving a convenient place. No muss, no fuss.
Even if I never use it again, it was already a bargain.
Icon Files Generate Errors in Browsers
Just wanted to let everyone know that whilst you may end up with a 16 x 16 file with the extension .ico, it's not a true icon file. It's just a renamed .png. This will generate errors in some browsers when placed as the favicon of a particular site you're working on. Do not trust this as a true icon file. I've had to go back and rename the files to png, and run them through other true icon conversion software, not just a resizer and renamer.
The error you'll get is Image corrupt or truncated: <unknown>, you can view this through the console of several browsers as an error.