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The osTicket team is pleased to announce availability of osTicket, v1.8.1.2, the latest stable release in 1.8.x series. For more information please read our release blog post.

New favicon.ico

I don't know why but I hate when a website either has a terrible favicon or none at all. osTicket installs with no favicon.ico and I'm really not a big fan of the one they use on their site so I've created my own and thought I would share it. osTicket "owners" please let me know if I am in some sort of violation and I'll remove.

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  • Thanks for this, looks good however how do I get it to work.
    I've uploaded it to the main directory of my site, now I'm at a loss at where to post the code.
    <link rel=\"shorcut icon\" href=\"/favicon.ico\">

    Surely it wouldn't need to go on every file?
  • Hey,

    I would like to know it too where to put the code?

    Thanks in advance,
    Torben
  • Hey gents,

    Thought I posted this reply already but perhaps I previewed and then moved away from the page not realizing.

    Anyway, I never added any code anywhere for the favicon.ico I just put it in my home directory and then it shows up for all pages. For instance:

    /var/www/ostickets/favicon.ico


    I don't know why but this didn't show up right away. I don't know if something needed reloading or what but I do remember that I couldn't figure out why it wasn't showing up and then the next day (after doing nothing) there it was. At any rate I did double check my code and there is no instance of "favicon.ico" anywhere in any file.
  • said:

    Thanks for this, looks good however how do I get it to work.
    I've uploaded it to the main directory of my site, now I'm at a loss at where to post the code.

    <link rel=\"shorcut icon\" href=\"/favicon.ico\">

    Surely it wouldn't need to go on every file?
    By the way, in your code here you are telling it that its in the root directory ( / ). As opposed to /var/www/ostickets/favicon.ico or perhaps ./favicon.ico (this directory). But again, it shouldn't need to be included anywhere.
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