Just a few pixels which help to clearly identify your website in a mess of open browser tabs. That’s your favicon, a small icon shown in the address bar or a panel with your website. What can you do with this small space and why should you have a favicon? We’ll be happy to show you.
Your readers and customers should recognize your website at first glance. This might be tricky since a typical internet user has around 20 open tabs at once. The names of opened websites are not visible and all this user can see are small fields with tiny icons – the favicons. You don’t need to rely on an automatically generated icon that will fade in with all the other favicons. Yours can stand out and here’s how.
Pick your favicon from our gallery
We’ve compiled a variety of themes and colors to offer an interesting icon for every type of website. You will find them in your website settings and they’re ready to be used in just a few clicks. In the same place, you can also upload your own, totally unique icon.
Our gallery is full of colorful and original favicons
Your favicon can be a logo of your company, the first letter of your name or any other favorite graphic design. It just needs to have the correct size and format.
What is the best size and format
The ideal size of the favicon you can upload in our website builder is 128 x 128 px. Even though the favicon will turn out much smaller when displayed on a desktop screen, it’s important to also consider its look on mobile phones, tablets, and favorite bookmarks.
The correct format of the favicon is .ico. This might seem confusing, but there are several websites where you can easily convert your image to the correct format for free or you can even create your own design from scratch.
A few creative favicons you can come across online
Some of the most popular tools out there are Favicon.cc, Favic-o-matic or Favicon generator. Once you’ll have your own favicon ready, in our Knowledgebase you can find a guide explaining how to upload it into your website.
Do you have a unique favicon? Leave a link to your website in the comments below and show us your creative icons.