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Posted by / 21-Jan-2017 09:34

To refresh your site's favicon you can force browsers to download a new version using the link tag and a querystring on your filename.

This is especially helpful in production environments to make sure your users get the update.

It seems pretty silly to always cache them given they are normally only 16x16.

Why not just upload every visit to the page, it's not exactly a huge overhead.

While doing active development, you could set the expires timestamp to a second or two in the future, and always have it fetch this, although that's a poor longterm plan.

You could clear cache and/or restart your browser and may see the change. My cheapo solution is to: More than likely a web browser issue.

You will have to delete your cache from your browser, close your browser and reopen it. I don't believe your favicons will get refreshed on your favorites until you revisit that page, and assuming that you had previously cleared your browsers cache.

Your web browser will not go out to the internet to check for a new favicon on its own... If you put an "Expires: " header on the response, client browsers will re-request the icon after that timestamp.

It will show a constant figure but there will be no progress.

The figure in your case could be 0%, 23%, 33%, or any other, but every time you try to download the updates, you find that they are stuck on that particular figure, even if you leave it for an hour or two.

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I have a Grails application running locally using its own tomcat and I have just changed the favicon for a new one. The old favicon shows up or I get no favicon at all, but not my new one. I have numerous bookmarks in my browser which have the wrong icons and they never seem to get refreshed.

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