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my favicon is not visible in the website tab

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For some time now my favicon has dissapeared from the website. Instead it shows the default server icon.
I updated the template and the framework . The icon is present in the template.
link to a page of the site

what could be wrong?
kind regards Fred

8 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
you have two different icons resource
/images/favicon.ico (real one, logo)
and
/favicon.ico (gear icon)

just replace the 2nd icon with proper icon and should be OK, after browser cache refresh.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
The horrible tragedy is behind your website, thousands of people died because of Nazi Germany and one Adolf. It's good to remember.
I only wonder why Holland had its own SS unit, Germaansche-SS in Nederland. Unbelievable.

Fred Geerling

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
you have two different icons resource
/images/favicon.ico (real one, logo)
and
/favicon.ico (gear icon)

just replace the 2nd icon with proper icon and should be OK, after browser cache refresh.



Thanks Paul, simply removing the second one did the trick.

Fred Geerling

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
The horrible tragedy is behind your website, thousands of people died because of Nazi Germany and one Adolf. It's good to remember.
I only wonder why Holland had its own SS unit, Germaansche-SS in Nederland. Unbelievable.

Nothing ever changes
Adolf did not invent the blaming game trough the ages all dictators now that to gain power one needs to have an enemy so one has to blame a group for the fact that life is not what it is supposed to be. On the other side one needs an ideal that appeals to narcist feelings like "we are the best" hence "the third Reich" don't forget that due to huge propaganda SS was to most joung man something like todays elite army groups. The importance of remembering is not what happened, but the question why. Wish more people supported that mission.:) .Democracy is a vulnerable enterprise, kind regards Fred

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
This kind of web projects allows not to forget about of evil side of humans.
Thanks
--
Have a nice & safe day

Fred Geerling

More than a month ago #Permalink
BTW
sorry for off-topic, but have you read this: https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2019/01/31/world/europe/ap-eu-germany-buchenwald-sausage-museum.html


Hi Paul,
I don't want to pollute the topic so feel free to move this reply anywhere suitable or just remove it.
first let me ask you what that article did for you, how did it make you feel?
And what did you learn from it? And why do you think the editor of the newspaper published the article?
The message you mentioned is one of many, We had a similar issue a few years ago were homeless people were given daytime shelter in a building that was part of the Dachau concentration camp during war time. I spare you the details of the suffering in the so called Krautergarten (herbs garden) The gut-feeling promoted by the global press community was something like "do these Germans ever learn?" The other side of that story was that the shelter was given there for a limited amount of time, just until the funding for the planned development of that area was found. And of course the story is not the same as the one you mention.

Some twenty years ago I got involved in an educational project about ww2. Since then for me the question always has been how can we avoid Dachau from happening again. In that resect I find the article you mention part of the problem that moves us towards the same kind of angry society that was the birthplace of ww2. Remember how Hitler used fear and anger to manipulate the people into war.

For much of the mainstream media the main question is: what will get the readers attention, what will trigger him/her to come back to me. Anger disgust and fear are powerful emotions and often used to bind the public to media. But we are paying quite a price there: instead of learning something and gaining the ability to cope with a complex world we are chained to a screen swiping from one useless cliché to another, feeding on emotions.
Forgetting that information is not the same as communication.

Close to a million people visit Dachau every year. By law every German child has to visit a Concentration Camp site during his/her education. Many former camp locations are restored to monuments. For example the former BMW factory at Allach one of the many subsidiary camps from Dachau.

story about Allachhttps://www.comiteinternationaldachau.com/en/11-english-news/201-allach-eng

I sometimes think that the problem with good news is that it is good news. Good news is just not as good a trigger as bad news. Good news is not a good idea if you want to sell a competing newspaper!

kind regards, Fred

p.s. I'm in the process of implementing the shaper helix ultimate template on our website and i really like the usefull documentation you provide on all kind of subjects


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