A Collection of FavIcons to Use for Your Law Firm Website
“Favicon” is short for “Favorite Icon,” and is also sometimes referred to as a shortcut icon, bookmark icon, or web site icon. That little picture you see next to a web site’s title in your “Bookmarks” bar? That’s a favicon. The image next to a web address in the URL bar? That’s a favicon, too.
Because they’re thumbnails crammed into such limited spaces, favicons have to be small – usually, 16×16 pixels. The purpose of favicons is similar to the purpose of a logo or label on, say, a food product – they’re meant to help web users instantly recognize a website. For example, when you see that black W in a white square, you know the association immediately: Wikipedia. In technological time, favicons are ancient – they made their debut in 1999 on Internet Explorer 5. However, favicons are still extremely popular, and exist on nearly all major websites.
Below is our collection of legal-themed favicons for you to use in your law firm website design.
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