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Multi Favicons


This simple plugin allows you to add custom favicons to multiple pages and posts. You are no longer restricted to having one sitewide favicon.


  1. Install plugin
  2. Activate.
  3. On bottom of posts and pages there is now a section called Favicon. You can upload your custom favicon to this section.
  4. Publish/Update page/post.


How do I use this plugin?
Very simple. Go to the page or post that you would like to add a custom favicon. Scroll to the bottom and you will find a section called Favicon. Upload or select your favicon image. Update or publish your page and that\’s it.


March 18, 2020
Works perfectly. Does exactly what I was looking for. Now different pages of my site have alternate favicons. GREAT JOB!
February 26, 2019 1 reply
I was searching for something just like this but was hesitant to try based on the fact there were no reviews but curiosity won out and I tried it. Just the tool I needed as I was unsure of how to do this with HTML, PHP, meta tag or another method. I honestly surprised that this has received zero praise considering it’s certainly deserving of more.
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1.2 Fixed formatting issues.