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desktop icon for a site is a geneic icon not the icon displayed on the tool bar (it's a little picture)

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The site identifier (at the extreme left in the URL of the address filed) of a Yahoo group is a little picture of three heads. When I drag the URL to my desktop, the little picture changes to a generic Firefox desktop icon -- the orange globe. If I bookmark the site, the icon on my toolbar is the little picture. But if I drag that icon to my desktop, it also changes to the generic Firefox icon. What must I do to get the icon on my desktop to appear as the little picture.

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If you create an internet shortcut that way then that shortcut gets the icon of the default browser.
If you want a different icon (favicon) then you have to assign that icon yourself to the desktop shortcut (right-click: Properties).
You can usually get the favicon if you append "favicon.ico" to the main domain of a website (e.g. http://www.mozilla.com/favicon.ico ) to display the favicon in a tab and save that image to a folder or see if you can find it in "Tools > Page Info > Media".

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When I go through the same steps using Internet Explorer the icon retains its normal form. The difference between the type of shortcut created is:

Pinned Site Shortcut (.website) - Internet Explorer keeps icon

Internet Shortcut (.URL) - Firefox changes to generic