Favicon anomaly on attachment pages

ForumCategory: TechnicalFavicon anomaly on attachment pages
JimGasperini asked 4 months ago

 Hello–
We use a favicon (small icon that displays in the URL box) based on the rainbow version of the UUA logo. It displays as desired for example here:
  http://uucb.org/about-us/faqs-about-uu-and-uucb/annual-report/
When users select the PDF link there, a generated page displays to show the attachment:
  http://uucb.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/UUCB-annual-report-2017r.pdf
The favicon that displays is an old, badly designed logo we thought we had gotten rid of.
How do we get rid of it here?
Thanks,
Jim
 

1 Answers
Christopher Staff answered 4 months ago

Check if there’s a favicon.ico in your root directory and delete it. The wp-content folder may be getting it from there because it wouldn’t run all the < head > content that WP generates on pages, which is where the one you specify in the customizer is displayed from.

Let us know if that works.

JimGasperini replied 3 months ago

Yes, that did get rid of the old icon.
Now the .pdf page shows a generic blue marble in the favicon space. Ideally it would show our chosen UUA icon, but this is better than the old icon.
Thanks,
Jim

Christopher Staff replied 3 months ago

You might try making a favicon.ico with your new logo and adding it to the home directory to replace the old one. Not sure if it will work, but it might.