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Alternatively, there may be a file manager in your hosting account’s control panel. If there is no file in the web root for the domain, that means you’re just being plagued by your browser’s favicon cache.
Every browser caches favicons at different intervals, and that favicon cache is cleared differently for every browser.
It means if you add a link to include your own favicon from a different source, most of the browsers will ignore it and that's why it's important to have the favicon on your domain like this.
But it is just an introduction to the favicon in Blogger or websites, in Blogger Forums we see many people asking why their Favicon isn't appearing even after they uploaded it and that's a little difficult to explain in a forum, so I am writing this post. It often happens due to the caches stored in your PC and therefore even the blog has been updated on the server it just loads the cached files to make the loading faster and doesn't request the server for a new and updated content.
--- the icon cache is in a sqlite DB file, independent of the browser cache!
To refresh your site's favicon you can force browsers to download a new version using the link tag and a querystring on your filename.
Interestingly enough, favicons to websites from the bookmarks drop down menu display properly.
Thank you in advance to anyone who can help me with this issue.
In my experience, it automatically touches every single bookmark, causing them all to float to the top of the history, and ostensibly, also refreshing their icons.