It means if you add a link to include your own favicon from a different source, most of the browsers will ignore it and that's why it's important to have the favicon on your domain like this.But it is just an introduction to the favicon in Blogger or websites, in Blogger Forums we see many people asking why their Favicon isn't appearing even after they uploaded it and that's a little difficult to explain in a forum, so I am writing this post. It often happens due to the caches stored in your PC and therefore even the blog has been updated on the server it just loads the cached files to make the loading faster and doesn't request the server for a new and updated content.I notice the change doesn't appear in the subsequent MOSS_EXPORT (but may appear in MOSS_DETLASYNC, too many items to check) - does this mean it's come into Fore Front but hasn't updated Share Point? Have you configured the Sync account with Replicating Directory Changes correctly in AD?
And most browser needs the icon to be on the same domain as the blog.Check articles for detailed setup and container permissions in AD.Our User Profile Sync says it's working, but it's only synchronising data if I run a FULL import.Below the Sync Service telling me it's detected an update for the DS_DELTAIMPORT Profile, however the "Job Title" field isn't being set.
The fix could have been shorter and faster, by deleting the complete caches from your browser it would have been updated without trying the above fixes, but it's not always wiser to use easier solution.The reason we didn't clear the complete cache was that it would have removed caches of every webpage and you don't want to lose all important information from your browser.