I have seen some hubbers' (babarushe, dranjesh, crashcromwell) favicons display their profile picture, not the standard hubpages arrows thing. How can I change that?
Well you know, when I go to your profile page - your profile pic is your favicon too.
How about you point to a hubber that doesnt have their own favicon? Because everyone I looked at after i read your question showed their own unique favicon
so to change your favicon image, just change your profile image!
Oops, I didn't check my own profile favicon. I asked the question because I advertise my profile page at linkreferral.com, and there most HP members had their HP logo as favicon.
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