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April 3, 2014. The favicon for Stack Overflow and Meta Stack Overflow is changed. Much whining ensues.

This script changes them back.


The MIT License




Runs on any browser that jQuery supports (which is quite a few).


It's just me, @michaelb958. You can contact me by:

  • Commenting on or answering this post. This is the preferred mechanism for providing feedback or suggestions.
  • Pinging me on chat. For general conversation and stuff.
  • Emailing me (email address available on my GitHub profile). For use in case of emergency.


jQuery, with a dash of JavaScript.
Github Gist!

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jQuery IS JavaScript – mplungjan Apr 9 '14 at 5:45
I believe he meant "a dash of [pure] JavaScript." – AstroCB Apr 20 '14 at 19:13

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