All In One Favicon – WordPress plugin Free download

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All In One Favicon

Description

To get even more email subscribers, use this plugin too!

All In One Favicon adds favicons to your site and your admin pages.
You can either use favicons you already uploaded or use the builtin upload mechanism to upload a favicon to your WordPress installation.

All three favicon types are supported – .ico, .png and .gif (may be animated)
Also, Apple Touch Icons are supported.

Localization

Bahasa Indonesia (id_ID) by EKO
Czech (cs_CZ) by Neteyes
Danish (da_DK) by GeorgWP
Dutch (nl_NL) by Pieter Carette
English (en_EN) by Arne Franken
French (fr_FR) by Christophe Guilloux
German (de_DE) by Arne Franken
Hebrew (he_IL) by Ahrale
Italian (it_IT) by Valerio Vendrame
Polish (pl_PL) by Piotr Czarnecki
Portuguese (pt_PT) by Miguel Ângelo Patricio
Serbian (sr_RS) by Balkanboy Media team
Simplified Chinese (zh_CN) by Tunghsiao Liu
Spanish (es_ES) by Eddy Ernesto Ríos
Slovak (sk_SK) by Viliam Brozman
Swedish (sv_SE) by Christian Nilsson
Turkish (tr_TR) by Ömer Faruk Karabulut

Is your native language missing?
Translating the plugin is easy if you understand english and are fluent in another language.
I described in the FAQ how the translation works.

Installation

Upgrading From A Previous Version

To upgrade from a previous version of this plugin, use the built in update feature of WordPress or copy the files on top of the current installation.

Installing The Plugin

Either use the built in plugin installation feature of WordPress, or extract all files from the ZIP file, making sure to keep the file structure intact, and then upload it to /wp-content/plugins/.
Then just visit your admin area and activate the plugin. That’s it!

Configuring The Plugin

Go to the settings page and and upload your Favicon(s) or add the path/URL to already existing Favicon(s).

See Also: “Installing Plugins” article on the WP Codex

FAQ

Internet Explorer: Why does my favicon show up in the backend but not in the frontend or not at all?
Internet Explorer behaves weird, not only when favicons are concerned. You may take a look at this
FAQ.

Why is All In One Favicon not available in my language?
I speak German and English fluently, but unfortunately no other language well enough to do a translation.
Would you like to help? Translating the plugin is easy if you understand English and are fluent in another language.

How do I translate All In One Favicon?
Take a look at the WordPress site and identify your language code:
e.g. the language code for German is de_DE.

download POEdit
download All In One Favicon (from your FTP server or from WordPress.org)
copy the file localization/aio-favicon-en_EN.po and rename it. (in this case aio-favicon-de_DE.po)
open the file with POEdit.
translate all strings. Things like {total} or %1$s mean that a value will be inserted later.
The string that says “English translation by Arne …”, this is where you put your name, website (or email) and your language in. 😉
(optional) Go to POEdit -> Catalog -> Settings and enter your name, email, language code etc
Save the file. Now you will see two files, aio-favicon-de_DE.po and aio-favicon-de_DE.mo.
Upload your files to your FTP server into the All In One Favicon directory (usually /wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-favicon/)
When you are sure that all translations are working correctly, send the po-file to me and I will put it into the next All In One Favicon version.

My question isn’t answered here. What do I do now?
Feel free to open a thread at the All In One Favicon WordPress.org forum.
I’ll include new FAQs in every new version.

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