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I like to use Google Chrome's Speed Dial extension for my main bookmarks, which include a lot of SE sites. I can link to image files in Speed Dial to make its buttons look nicer.

Is there a specific standard link I can use to access the logos of SE sites?

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The network sites information API request includes the site logos in its response. The logos' current URL format seems to be, where SITEDOMAIN is one of stackoverflow, apple, gamedev, etc..

For favicons, the format is http://example.stackexchange/favicon.ico and

For convenience, here are all of the logos by site, excluding generic betas due to the character limit:

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What about favicons? Where can I find those? – Ephraim May 9 '12 at 0:28
@Ephraim http://example.stackexchange/favicon.ico and – Jeremy Banks May 9 '12 at 3:28

Stack Exchange has a page for the major sites here. Stack Exchange, Stack Overflow, Super User, Server Fault and Careers.

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For every other site, you can find a full list of smaller icons on the SE site list.

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