The One Detail Most Squarespace Users Forget

Legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden was famous for focusing on the details. He made sure his players did too, right down to their socks. Because crappy, bunched-up socks meant blisters, and blisters meant crappy footwork, which meant crappy shots, drives, and games. Wooden said:

"It's the little details that are vital.
Little things make big things happen."

The design of your website is no different. Website builders have giant Customer Care teams because people want to know everything. They want to perfect their presence, and you do too!

But there is one bit of customization so many expert Squarespace users neglect to change: the favicon.

What's a favicon?

Google told me a favicon is "an icon associated with a URL that is variously displayed, as in a browser's address bar or next to the site name in a bookmark list." It's a small image, but it can be another nice touch to your compelling design.

 Learn more about Squarespace's favicon journey  here .

Learn more about Squarespace's favicon journey here.

And like most everything else in Squarespace, you can swap out that ugly, default black cube for something cool really easily. Just grab yourself a tiny square image and follow the steps here.

Simple.


Know a website with a kick-ass favicon? Someone going to lengths even John Wooden would appreciate? Reach out to me on Twitter (@danscharch).
I'd love to check it out.