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    I’m using Tweetify on automatic links on my website’s wall/stream. I would like to insert favicons on the links though. Does anyone know how to first of all get the favicon of a url (the url can be something like “”), then use a dummy favicon like Google Chrome’s default favicon if there isn’t anyone on the domain, if not use their favicon before the URL like this:


    By the way, this is how my tweetify looks like:

    Hey check this link out:


    I’m sure this would be possible, but it would help if you could set up a demo for us to build on or at least the HTML. Also, is that the entire tweetify function?


    Sorry, I meant that the HTML of the actual tweets would help :P

    Edit: Oh wait, that top one is an example, isn’t it?… where did you want the favicon? Well, I should say “more” examples would help :P LOL


    So, did you want the favicon for the hash or the link?… But for the hash, I would need the site url.

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