I'm sure there is still going to be some interesting issues with cache if you want to be able to bounce back and forth in the same browser between different favicons.
I imagine if you wanted to write some dynamic content for that call, you would have access to cookies so you could retrieve your session information that way and present appropriate content.
Although there are third-party utilities that promise to perform this task for you, I don't recommend their use.
They add unnecessary complexity and potential security risks, and the techniques I describe here are fully supported.
I have a web application that's branded according to the user that's currently logged in.
I'd like to change the favicon of the page to be the logo of the private label, but I'm unable to find any code or any examples of how to do this. I'm picturing having a dozen icons in a folder, and the reference to which file to use is just generated dynamically along with the HTML page. Small bug in the code example provided in the accepted answer.
8, 2017 BCN revises codes managed by evi Core healthcare Guidelines for submitting acute inpatient admission requests to BCN November 2016 BCN requires authorization for additional drugs starting Jan.
1, 2017 BCN changing inpatient readmission review guidelines starting Jan.
1, 2016 evi Core to review additional radiation therapy codes for BCN effective Nov.
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After installation, Linux requires configuration and systems administration.
Corporate systems need monitoring, backups, updates, as well as system and user management.
Personally, I think Microsoft has done a good job with Windows 10 and I recommend the upgrade for consumers and small businesses, especially on relatively recent hardware.