Whenever a child site on my small Wordpress Multisite puts out your blog publish to Google+ it inherit's the primary parent blog's favicon despite the fact that a young child favicon exists. It is possible to special meta tag or simply difficult with Google's posting feature?
Note: child blogs are setup by doing this
Master Domain: domain.com Child Blog 1: blog.clientdomain.com Child Blog 2: blog.clientdomain2.com etc…
Favicon Meta Tag:
<link type="image/x-icon" href="http://blog.clientsite.com/wp-content/themes/theme-name/favicon.ico" rel="shortcut icon">
Update: When the only option would be getting rid of the favicon around the master blog I'm available to that being the answer.
it is dependent how you've WordPress multisite setup. The favicon service that Google+ uses is only for favicons situated at http:///favicon.ico. It does not search for the shortcut link you mention above. So, if you are using sub-domain names for the sites, you'll be able to have independent favicons for every site, you'll simply need to make certain they could be utilized from /favicon.ico (or this URL redirects to in which the image really lives). If you work with sub-sites for the sites, there's no good way to fix this at this time.