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How to Update Your Squarespace Browser Icon or Favicon (for Free using Canva) [Video]

How to Update Your Squarespace Browser Icon or Favicon (for Free using Canva)

I don’t know about you, but I personally love Squarespace websites that *don’t* look like other Squarespace websites. Customizing your site with just a few small changes can set your site apart and give it a more finished, professional feel. One of the easiest ways to do this is by changing your Squarespace browser icon or favicon.

Your browser icon is the tiny graphic next to your site name in your browser window. If you don’t customize your browser icon, you’ll be left with a little gray cube (a dead giveaway that you made your site with Squarespace). Let’s ditch the little gray cube and replace it with a custom, branded icon.

Follow this tutorial to design a *free* browser icon in Canva and easily add it to your Squarespace site!

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Squarespace Is Going Public Via Direct Listing [Video]

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