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In today's world, you can hire a developer to build your website from the ground up or you can purchase a template that gives you the ability to customize your own professional website. No matter what route you choose, having a website that is unique and true to your brand is key. It's important to stand out from the crowd in a cluster of people doing something similar to you.

Lately, I've noticed on quite a few websites I visit, that a gray 3-dimensional cube is hanging out in the website tab.

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This is called a favicon. When I see this cube, I instantly think "I wish I had stock in Squarespace." Squarespace is shutting down the website game lately. They make it extremely easy for you to build an online presence at an affordable price. While I respect their hustle and think that the gray cube is a great form of advertisement, there is an easy way you can personalize your Squarespace favicon.


Step 1: Log into your Squarespace account and then click on the design link.

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Step 2: Choose Logo & Title.


Step 3: Scroll down to Browser Icon (Favicon) and click on the white box to upload your custom logo


Here are a few uploading tips to render the best quality:

  • Keep image dimensions between 100 px x 100 px and 300 px x 300px.
  • The recommended file types are .ico or .png. I use .png because I'm not as familiar with .ico.
  • File size cannot exceed 100 kb.

Step 4: Once you've uploaded your logo, refresh your screen and voila! You have a branded favicon. Congrats, you're one of a kind.


Leave your questions in the comments section or reach me on my social media channels, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

For more information, you can visit or google Squarespace Help, which ever option is easier. There you'll find guides, videos, Live Chat and more. This blog post isn't sponsored by Squarespace, I've just had an amazing experience and wanted to share some knowledge.

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