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How do I create a navigation bar logo for my Xsitepro site?

asanders28
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How do I create a navigation bar logo for my Xsitepro site?

Hi, I have a question that seems like it should have an easy answer, but I just can't figure it out.

I am trying to add an image to my website information that appears in the navigation toolbar in order to make my pages seem a smidgen more professional. Where is this done in xsitepro?

By way of example, the webpage you are currently viewing has the affilorama "a" with a box around it at the head of the navigation toolbar web address.

Thanks a bunch
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The logo on the address/navigation toolbar is called a favicon. To add this to your site, please follow the instructions below:

1. Convert your image file (.jpg, .gif etc.) into the 'favicon.ico' by using an online generator (http://www.favicongenerator.com)

2. Open XSitePro and choose the "Other" on the top menu. Click Resource Manager > Add

3. Open the 'favicon.ico' file and choose <root folder> on the drop down menu. Close this window.

4. Go to the "Global Scripts" (still in the Other tab) then click the 'In the HEAD section of the page' tab and insert the script below

<LINK REL="SHORTCUT ICON" HREF="http://www.yourdomain.com/favicon.ico">

Hope this helps :)
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