|Question: What is a favicon?
Answer: A favicon (short for favorites icon) is a small image which downloads
to your Temporary Internet File after you add a web site URL to your Internet Explorer 5.0+
Favorites file. The next time you open Internet Explorer, the favicon from the site that
you bookmarked appears in your Favorites menu next to the site's title. Add this page to
you Favorites now to see how it works. A favicon is a little logo that makes it easy
for visitors to find your site in their Favorites menu. The first screen shot below,
taken from Internet Explorer 6.0+, shows some favicon examples.
The second screen shot shows how a web site icon appears automatically in the Netscape
7.0+ address bar, but will not appear in it's Bookmarks menu.
Question: Will a favicon work on my web site?
Answer: Your host server must support favicons. Click here to test your web site.
Question: Do you have any favicon samples to
Answer: Yes. Click here to download
free favicon examples.
Question: Will these icons work on the Windows Desktop?
Answer: Yes. All icons in the KalArt
collection are designed to work on the Windows Desktop and Windows file
folders and anywhere the ICO format is used.
Question: Can you produce 32 bit color icons?
Answer: Yes. Thirty-two bit color icons with smooth transparency and multi-format icons are available.
Question: How can I get a custom favicon for my web site?
Answer: Click here to order
and receive the KalArt collection of 100 icons at no additional cost.