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Subject: Re: [WEB4LIB] How do you create that tiny icon in the address window in IE?
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"The only way a shortcut icon appears on a user's Favorites menu and Address
bar is if the user chooses to add your page as a favorite"

The only reason you see those icons in the _address bar_ is because you also
have bookmarks to those pages.  Appearance of the icon in the address bar is
per page -- visit another page on the same site that you don't have
bookmarked and you won't see the icon in the address bar anymore.

- Darryl

  Darryl Friesen, B.Sc., Programmer/Analyst    Darryl.Friesen at
  Education & Research Technology Services,
  Department of Computing Services,
  University of Saskatchewan
  "Go not to the Elves for counsel, for they will say both no and yes"

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