A small library for manipulating the favicon, in particular adding alert bubbles and changing images. Tinycon gracefully falls back to a number in title approach for browsers that don't support canvas or dynamic favicons.
Tinycon adds a single object to the global namespace and does not require initialisation.
There are several versions of Tinycon published on NPM, unfortunately they are not controlled by me and do not track HEAD. The best idea is to install from github directly and cut out the middleman!
npm install tommoor/tinycon --save
Tinycon can take a range of options to customise the look
Tinycon can also be used as an asynchronous module.
Tinycon has been tested to work completely in the following browsers. Older versions may be supported, but haven't been tested:
Currently the library degrades to title update:
To produce the minified file run
Tinycon is released under the MIT license. It is simple and easy to understand and places almost no restrictions on what you can do with Tinycon. More Information
Tinycon was inspired by Notificon
Releases are available for download from GitHub.