Chrome likes to hold onto old favicons. Hard refreshing, clearing dns, etc don't seem to do anything to update them. However, there is a fairly simple way to force a refresh.

All you have to do is type the favicon's url into the browser `' and have the browser load it (ctrl+f5). It will then automatically download the favicon, which you can delete if you want. Finally, without changing url locations, execute a refresh and the favicon should update for you.

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