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9/19/2014 4:18 PM
 

I know that in Admin - Site Settings - Appearance you can set the logo and this logo will appear on the browser tab.  However I have noticed that when I add a link  to a document in an HTLM Pro module and in the settings of the link I set the target to be New Window when you click the link it opens in a new Window however the new tab has the DNN logo on it, not the logo I set for my site.  Only seems to be doing it if opening say a pdf document.  Works fine if the link goes to another page.

 Anyone tell me how to fix this?

 
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9/20/2014 2:38 AM
 
name your "logo" file as "FavIcon.ico", and place it in the root of your IIS website.

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