how hard can this be?Not very. As far as I can see, that icon is only in play on the home page and not on the rest of the site. So somebody needs to load the source for the home page into an editor and delete a single line. I'd copy the line in but it's HTML and it would only be stripped out again.The old fashioned way of adding an icon like that was to put an image called favicon.ico in the web root and let the browser handle it automatically but if you look at the source, that's not the way it's handled here. So it's a five minute job instead of a two minute job.
I'm just getting a 404 on it right now.He's dead, Jim.
Something else is going on. It's not necessary to take the site down just to replace one .html file. And btw, it's being reported elsewhere that his wife has resigned her cabinet post.
Guergis is down too...nothing but blank now. http://www.helenaguergis.com/
I'm thinking that it was hurriedly scrubbed to prevent the possibility that some statements on it might prove embarrassing to the powers that be. Once it became clear what the full scope of the problem was (I'm thinking in particular the parl.gc.ca crackberry that Guergis gave her hubby... clearly against the rules and potentially extremely damaging depending on just what he's been doing with it) that some folks were assigned to look at and assess the public presence and they decided it required instant scrubbing.
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