[Phpmyadmin-devel] favicon suggestion

Michael Keck mkkeck at users.sourceforge.net
Fri Apr 8 09:20:04 CEST 2005

Hi all,

the favicon is stored in the main-dir of the phpMyAdmin or better in the
root of the server, on wich is running phpMyAdmin.
It's not supported to switch the favicon with switching to another
Favicons are used for the browser tabs and/or bookmarks. Nearly each
browser wich supports favicons looks into the doc-root, if there one
it will be downloaded.
So I don't know this icon must be in the themes directory ...


Marc Delisle wrote:
> Michal Čihař a écrit :
>> Hi
>> On Thu 7. 4. 2005 16:43, Marc Delisle wrote:
>>> Here is another one, from Michael Keck. 
>> This one looks much better!
>>> He suggests also that it should not be theme specific.
>> I'm not convinced about this, but also not about including it in 
>> theme, I simply don't know.
> It's true that when switching theme between original and 
> darkblue_orange, the main logo changes color , but I don't find it 
> necessary to also switch the icon. I think the favicon is a quick way to 
> recognize the app on the browser's tabs, not necessarily which theme PMA 
> is using.
> Marc
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