Sweet, thanks @MandyLT!
I had a look at your website, and I can see your favicon appearing as expected:
I look forward to your reply,
Oh good, I am glad you were able to see it, @MandyLT.
It definitely works in Safari too! Here's a screenshot from a Safari web browser:
If I'm not mistaken then you actually have to edit your Safari browser settings to allow favicons to appear. Head to Safari > Preferences > Tabs > check the option to show website icons as such:
The other thing I noticed in the latest Safari update, is you must have more than one tab open to see the favicon of each site.
Let me know if that works!
That's definitely strange, @MandyLT.
Can you open your website tab in a private window on Safari and show me a screenshot of what you see then?
If that doesn't work, can you confirm the following:
☐ Device you are using
☐ Software version on the device
☑ Safari is up to date, as per your screenshot
Appreciate that context, @MandyLT.
Early 2015 Macbook Pros can be upgraded to the latest iOS update Big Sur 11.0. Since your Safari browser is completely up to date, your device should also be updated to ensure they can run smoothly together and there is no local cacheing or interference.
This is super important as it will help us rule out local issues to your device. Follow up with me as soon as you are able to complete the latest upgrade to look at next steps.