Hello, Hello i have a Question i have a Favicon Markup
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="assets/favicon.png" >
and i would like to make the favicon editable in the Kirby Panel, can i do id whit
<?php echo $site->favicon()->kirbytext() ?> or something like that?. Hope you can Help me
You can create an image field in your site.yml blueprint, let’s call it favicon:
Then in your code use:
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="<?= $site->image($site->favicon())->url() ?>" >
Note: there is no check to see if the favicon exists in the code I shared. You may want to add that. See @lukasbestle’s post below if you want to find out how: Make Favicon Editable in the Kirby Panel
Thats the error Message that i god
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '" > ' (T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING), expecting ',' or ';' in C:\xampp\htdocs\ceevee\site\templates\default.php on line 24
and this is my Blueprint Example
and so looks it in the Editor
default.css have a another color, like the other one’s, maybe there is a problem whit the
Yes, basically, but the CSS file itself is not the issue. What you see there is strange syntax highlighting because the PHP code wasn’t closed:
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="<?= $site->image($site->favicon())->url() ?>">
If you compare the
<link color of the shortcut icon with the ones of the CSS files, you see that they are different as well. That helps finding the issue.
Now i have Just a whit site. and i can see any changes in the site Blueprint
Here’s The Full Example
The blueprint is fine. But have you actually selected an image for the favicon in the Panel?
BTW: You should probably use this code, however that shouldn’t change anything with the white page issue:
<link rel="icon" href="<?= $site->image($site->favicon())->url() ?>" type="image/png">
i have upload the
…and have you selected it in the Panel?
i’m so… i was in The wrong site . now it works Correctly, but if i dont select a favicon, the site is white
Yep, that’s what @Thiousi wrote above. The code doesn’t check if the file actually exists.
You can use the following code to do that:
<?php if($favicon = $site->favicon()->toFile()): ?>
<link rel="icon" href="<?= $favicon->url() ?>" type="image/png">
<?php endif ?>
Okay, Thanks a lot @lukasbestle and @Thiousi
I forgot to close the tag sorry…
I updated my original post.