I do not know to express how much this made me happy today. Having a favicon that responsive for all mobile and desktop devices probably should not give me this much of a kick, but it does. Tomorrow Google will start punishing websites that arent not responsive to mobile devices by pushing them drastically down the Google rank. Having a favicon that is ready for different devices, with different pixel sizes, is just one more responsive trick one can do to stay one step ahead of the game. Just another reason why you SEO advisor should be a web developer.
But why have a favicon in the first place? As my sister puts it, a favicon just gives your website that extra little professional polish that it needs to stand out in the global market. One many reasons why your small or medium sized business should be using WordPress as its custom management system(CMS) is that it is easy to install plugins to do all these repetitive tasks for you. Setting up responsive favicons is easy, but boring to do and take up an entire day. But with Real Favicon Generator the task is done with in minutes.
Real Favicon Generator prepares your favicon for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, Samsung, iPad and more.
Just go to Appearance in the admin menu and select Favicon. Select and upload your image, which should be larger than 266px in width and height. Double check that it works, and all done.