Saturday, July 30, 2011

Favicon!

Hello everyone!
Look up in the corner where you see the little picture... look at it HARD...
Yes, WCC got a favicon! YAY!
Favicons are little icons that appear on webpage tabs to help identify them. It's a little wolf under the moon. Did it myself a while ago for a game I was making and abandoned. Oh well! It got its use!
Bye for now!

12 comments:

  1. Wcc Mod: bunnylove3July 30, 2011

    cool!!

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  2. @ Everyone:
    Look closely and there's also another secret...

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  3. Wcc Mod: bunnylove3July 30, 2011

    @woodswolf it actually doesn't show up for me XD but its still cool

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  4. AnonymousJuly 30, 2011

    i have no idea what ur talking about and where is the favicon thing?? and what little pictur in the corner

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  5. Wcc Mod: bunnylove3July 30, 2011

    @anonymous
    its supposed to be a little picture on the wcc tab (like animal jam's is a green paw print)

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  6. AnonymousJuly 30, 2011

    wait the picture by www.woodswolfcodecentral.blgsopt.com? if thts what ur talking about then its still teh blogger symbol for me

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  7. @ Key99:
    It's actually very easy. Go to the Design page. Right above the top bar there's a thing that says 'Favicon'. Upload your picture. Done!

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  8. @Woodswolf
    well, i did that, but it said "failed image is not square" and i don't know how to make images square!!!

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  9. WHOA i havn't been on in a while and you have got lots of columist congradulations I have a blog of my own i gotta deal with no no no time at all for this one XD
    and my chat is very popular I have to be there to watch over make sure nothing bad happens. Good day

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  10. @ Key99:
    You would have to crop it. Mine was an icon (32*32 special type of picture) so it was already square.
    @ Tinywolf:
    Good to hear from you again! Doing well, I see!

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