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You have to override the web module with your own module. You can add a line like
'data': [ 'views/website_templates.xml' ]
in your __openerp__.py.
Put your favicon at static/src/img/favicon.ico and add a template to views/website_templates:
<template id="MYSITE_layout" inherit_id="website.layout" name="MYSITE layout" priority="17">
<xpath expr="//head//link" position="after">
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="/MYSITE_web/static/src/img/favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon"/>
You can try my module web_debranding
It allows to configure favicon dynamically at Settings\System Parameters:
<template id="web_debranding.web_layout" inherit_id="web.layout">
<xpath expr="//title" position="replace"></xpath>
<xpath expr="//link[@rel='shortcut icon']" position="replace">
<t t-set="favicon" t-value="request.env['ir.config_parameter'].get_param('web_debranding.favicon_url', '').strip()"/>
<link rel="shortcut icon" t-att-href="favicon" type="image/x-icon"/>
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