Hate to see the WordPress admin backend boring and missing the favicon? I have multiple WordPress sites with the dashboard open at the same time. And it’s impossible to tell one from the other. Favicon to the rescue—here’s a neat little snippet on how to add favicon to the WordPress backend if you are on a Genesis child theme.
add_action('admin_head', 'genesis_load_favicon'); // Adds the favicon to the WordPress area add_action('login_head', 'genesis_load_favicon'); // Adds the favicon to login pages
Fixed one pain. Smart
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