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I just had a client use the new JetPack Site Icon module on a site using a Genesis-based theme, and I noticed that the source code for their pages was calling two conflicting favicons: the one inserted by JetPack and the default Genesis one.
It would be nice to see the genesis_load_favicon() function check for the JetPack Site Icon before moving forward. That module appears to have a function called jetpack_has_site_icon(), so somewhere along the line, Genesis could check to see if that function exists and then check to see if it returns true or not.
I realize I can do this within my own child themes, and probably will going forward, but I just thought I'd pose the suggestion to have Genesis do so on its own. Thanks.
I second this!
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