# Google Analytics reporting that Firefox requesting /logo.png as 404 from the root folder

I have a website receiving unusually high number of Error 404 results, targeting non-existent /logo.png file. It is requested at root (www.example.com/logo.png) while it's real location is elsewhere. I noticed those errors in Analytics by looking at Site content/All pages with Page title as primary dimension.

I noticed this in Google Analytics, but couldn't find anything useful in Full referrer/Referral path secondary dimension (it is showing it as (not set)).

Everything I could mine is that it exclusively appears on Firefox/Desktop.

Website is made in WordPress.

Is there any idea what can be the cause for such behavior?

• I'd go through as many pages as you can on your website to see which ones are reproducing the most logo.png errors. If its every page, then chances are a PHP file in your wordpress installation has been modified. – Mike -- No longer here Feb 14 '18 at 18:45

Find the pages that are showing example.com/logo.png instead of where it supposed to be. There is a good chance that the code is showing <img src="/logo.png" /> when it should be showing <img src="logo.png" /> . If that is the case, you simply have to fix the html.