I use Chrome's "pin tab" feature, which makes things look like this:
One of the tabs in there is http://backbonejs.org/docs/backbone.html, but I can't tell which unless I remember.
Is there a favicon we can use for http://backbonejs.org/docs/backbone.html?
Good catch. The docs page is generated by docco, which as far as I can tell doesn't accept a custom favicon without using a custom template. Might be worth adding as a feature.
So it does :)
That's because underscore.org has the favicon.ico file in the domain root, but in Backbone it's in a subdir. The behavior is deprecated and it's a little cleaner to put it with the rest of the docs assets, but I don't see any harm in moving it to the root. Any objections from anyone?
edit: @dminkovsky pointed out that the favicon shows up on underscore.org's annotated docs.
👍 for moving it to the root.
Move favicon.ico to root directory so it shows up on all pages. Closes …
Thanks very much.
Should favicon.ico be added to bower.js' ignore list, now that it's no longer covered by the "docs" entry?
Good call. 8429118