that is indeed rather anally rententive.
Although it is a neat idea.
For one thing, http://www.netflix.com claims to not exist, but that is an entirely different matter.
Okeydoke, solutions time :p.
If your really that anally rententive, try using a reliable and secure browser such as Firefox (Mozilla Firefox)
edealinfo.com returns a stupid array of letters and numbers in answer to my quest for a favicon.ico file.
If you still want to have IE and the ico files, try this method if they dont turn up automatically:
goto your favourites, and right click on e.g. edealinfo.com (whatever), and then on the right click menu, choose properties.
the resulting window should offer you the option of ‘Change Icon…’
click change icon
on the resulting page, click ‘Browse…’
then, in the ‘Open’ window, type in the address of the website e.g. http://www.edealinfo.com/[u]favicon.ico
[/u]6) Click ‘Open’, then click ok on all of the windows that you brought up in this quest for the icon.
- Voila, the icon should be there. For every website, the favicon is always called favicon.ico, or .gif in some cases. this method should work for all of them.
Get back to me soon.