Free IPv6 enabled Favicon-Service
Retrieves the favicon for a domain, or returns a blank icon if it does not find one. It will find favicons specified by an HTML page's
<link> element. Feel free to hotlink. It would be nice if you could email us if you plan to make more than a couple of requests per second.
How to use?Just embed the icon like an image. The Last part of the url is the Domain to retrieve the favicon for. http://f1.allesedv.com/
|<img src="http://f1.allesedv.com/16/google.com" />|
- IPv6 enabled
- Full IPv6 enabled Infrastructure.
- SSL enabled
- Embeding in HTTPS-Sites is possible and disired.
- use '//f1.allesedv.com' to link protocol-independent (without 'http:' or 'https:').
- HTTP2.0 enabled
- Fast HTTP2.0 Prodtocol is used on SSL-Connections
- Multiple Sizes
- The 16x16 Icon is delivered by default.
- You could also submit the wish for a greater icon up to 144x144 pixels.
- apple-touch-icon is used for the greater resolutions.
- Fast delivery
- By default our service is optimized for really fast delivery of favicons.
- 70% of Requests are served in less than 50ms.
- Does not block rendering
- Favicon ist delivered as image.
- If Favicon is not in cache, a temporary image is delivered while the real favicon is being fetched.
- Multiple (sub)domains
- To improve the performance of pages with many favicons on them you can overcome browser connection limits by pointing to the icon on different domains.
- The Subdomains are f[1-9].allesedv.com
- Per Domain
- Everything that is not a Domain will be ignored
- "http://www.google.com/webmaster" will be converted to www.google.com
- Queued Retrieval
- There is a limited number of fetching threads.
- Under heavy load it could take a moment to retrieve the favicon from the source website.
- A temporary image is delivered while the favicon-retrieval is queued.