How to update the IBM Connections Favicons

Every Connections application has its own favicon. Our current customer wants to replace them by 1 corporate favicon.

After looking trough the documentation, we found that this is not very well documented. Therefore this article.

After some help from IBM support and some help from Salim to rectify an error in the feedback from support this is what you need to do

Locate the customization directory location by referencing the WebSphere variable CONNECTIONS_CUSTOMIZATION_PATH.

Once located, place your custom favicon image at the following paths,




<CONNECTIONS_CUSTOMIZATION_PATH>\javascript\com\ibm\oneui3\styles\imageLibrary\Icons\ComponentsGray\BookmarksGray .ico






























About Wannes Rams

I'm a IBM Collaboration software consultant. I am specialized in the architecture and technical lead of enterprise implementations. I started of as a Lotus Domino specialist certified up to Domino 8, but moved on to IBM Connections, Lotus Sametime and Lotus Quickr. I also have experience with WebSphere Administration and WebSphere Portal deployments. I am also IBM Champion for ICS Specialties: Lotus Domino Lotus Sametime Lotus Quickr IBM Connections WebSphere Portal administration WebSphere Application server administration Cisco Firewall administration Tivoli Directory Integrator Social Business
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3 Responses to How to update the IBM Connections Favicons

  1. Hi Wannes, what´s the suggested size of the favicons ?? Thx, Rainer

  2. Pingback: Favicons in Connections 6.0 – Martijn's Blog

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