Adding favicons to search results helps you locate the sites you actually want to visit, while also saving time.
A favicon, or customized icon, is nice way to personalize a blog. WordPress blogs, both hosted and free, can be configured to use a favicon. We'll go over how to set a favicon for your own WordPress blog.
Wish those favicons were more helpful? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica explores two Greasemonkey scripts that add a bit more info, so you know what's going on even when those title bars are hidden.
Google's feed reader gets support for site favicons, which let users see a site's visual browser identity right from the publication's source list.
If you find the icon in Firefox's tab distracting, here's a tip for you.
Faviconize is a very cool extension for Firefox. Get it now.
Not happy with the way Google displays search results? Veronica shows you how to add columns, favicons and more on today's Tekzilla Daily with GoogleMonkeyR.
Browser running slow lately? One of your add-on installs may be the culprit eating your performance. Here's how to find out which one.
If you never keep track of how many tabs you're opening in Chrome, or you love working in full-screen mode, this extension is for you.
By implanting an RFID chip the size of a grain of sand into his hand, artist Anthony Antonellis can send 1KB images directly to his Android smartphone.