Want to see the icons for the 288,945 most heavily-trafficked websites on the internet? Here they are.
The data visualization above shows the favicons of the web’s top sites. Favicons are small images used to identify websites in your browser.
The sizes of the icons are based on the amount of traffic each site gets, using data from Alexa.com.
Just click on the image above to see the larger version and learn more about the project. Use the interactive version to search and see if your favorite site is listed.
NOTE: Blippitt is there! Just take a look at 30.440, 10.840 on the large photo, or click here and also see the photo below.
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