Go to history and search for the page and any other links within the same domain. So, if you visit it without having a 24 hour non visit period, the favicon will not reload from the web site. I manually deleted everything except cookies, offline website data, and saved passwords, are you saying I have to not visit the website for 24 hours? However, it should definitely delete after 24 hours of not going to the site based on the documentation.
They are not changed for 24hours; note, this 24 hour period is bumped every time you visit a page. Go to history and search for the page and any other links within the same domain. So, if you visit it without having a 24 hour non visit period, the favicon will not reload from the web site. I have Firefox set to clear all of my history except for cache cookies offlinewebsite data and saved passwords.
and this re-asking was causing it to not show the favicon for some reason without a refresh.
Someone else over there had an issue with rotating images... ) was caching them, and you had to manually refresh to show the image. Mm, just to make something clear, Firefox (for all the things that really PO me about it) is my main testing/development browser.
My interests are mercurial and impenetrable to me, I find it easier to try and control what gets in the line of fire.
My wee brain just seems to go full tilt or full stop.
Or as my dear mother says "We're all whores in our own way, just some of us are smart enough to get paid." Don't get me started.
Others do wisdom heavily wrapped in vitriol much better than I care to around here.
Some sites load favicons using old html methods and some sites load multiple favicons by examining aspects of the user (e.g., browser). The reason for the time delay from what I've read is to improve the performance of the browser.Except locally, where it worked as expected after a cache refresh. They usually do pretty good stuff, and I've learned that in reality "every man has his price".