Nineteen months ago, another newbie asked if there were a way to replace the generic favicon, next to links to personal websites on our profile pages, with a more descriptive one. See My website icon on my profile page at HP.
At that time, then staffer Simone Smith replied that HP did not currently offer this feature but she would see what she could do. Just wondering if she got any traction with this before she left the team.
It would be helpful if we could either upload a favicon ourselves or if HubPages could pull in one from the parent site (e.g., WordPress, Blogger). Is that a feature we might see one day soon?
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