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Unique favicons for each site

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Hello, it's me again with another inconsequential suggestion. Could each site have its own favicon? When I have too many tabs open and can't read the page titles, it'll help me distinguish the different sites :)

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Multiple favicon is an awesome idea for people participating in multiple sites.

However it has a very important disadvantage of diluting the platform image (the book) when being reached by newcomers.

For that reason, for the time being it shouldn't be a mandatory change, but rather an option and very importantly disabled by default.

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The idea is pretty nice. This post of mine has become a duplicate of this one, which has the same premise as this.

And as I love the idea, I actually made (kinda crappy)[1] icons for these existing sites. Also in chat (Discord), some of these icons I created became the basis of newer emojis:

Logos[2]

These are most likely the icons to be put in place when we think we should get a favicon for a site. It's not mandatory, as they say, but if a bunch support it, then they'll get what they want. A site without a favicon will have the default Codidact logo.

Notes:
  • [1]: In "kinda crappy", I mean that some of these images on the repo are quite blurry since the softwares I use for making them caused some weird stuff.
  • [2]: The first 4 emojis are not logos of the communities, except for the default Codidact logo. 101, amen, and the Codidactyl are not logos of the sites.
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