Unveiling The New Google Images: Site Name, Page Icon, And More
Alright, picture this: you’re scrolling through a sea of pictures on Google Images. You find an image you like, and bam! Something’s different.
There’s a site name, a little icon, and a title right there next to the picture. Wait, what’s going on? Well, my friend, Google just spiced things up in the image search game.
Before, it was all about the pics. You clicked, you saw the pic, end of story. But guess what? The site name, that tiny icon in your browser tabs, and the page title all came from Google. It’s like they threw a party, and everyone’s invited!
Now, Google didn’t just stumble upon this idea. They had a little experiment first. They tried showing the site name and that cute little icon (that’s the favicon) together. It’s like they were trying out a new recipe – a pinch of the site name, a dash of favicon, and a sprinkle of curiosity.
Who discovered this? A person named Kushal Bherwani noticed it and shared it on Twitter.