Friday, March 15, 2019

dash - changing the favicon

Dash is a Python framework for building analytical web applications. It can be used to very quickly develop small applications capable of running small analytical visualizations. As it is developers in Python you have a natural fit with solutions like Panda and the like.

When getting started with Dash, developed by Plotly, you might run into the following question; how do I change the favicon to show the one I want and not the one shipped by default.

The answer is, stop trying to code the solution. The only way (currently) is to create a directory named assets in the root of your project and add the desired favicon in to this location. This should result in the desired favicon showing.

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