@icon/entypo

Entypo, the premium pictograms

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@icon/entypo

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This repository is a module of the full standard-icons repository.

Install

This repository is distributed with npm. After installing npm, you can install @icon/entypo with this command.

npm install --save @icon/entypo

Usage

There are many ways/formats of how to use entypo. The fastest and recommended way is via SVG directly. Or use the webfont version if you want to include all icons at once:

SVG icons -- when you need just a few icons in your project

1 . If you want to use just a few icons. Find the icons you need in "icons" folder. Then use them as regular images:

<img height="32" width="32" src="@icon/entypo/icons/note.svg" />

2 . Icons can be served from a CDN such as Unpkg. Simply use the @icon/entypo npm package in the URL like the following:

<img height="32" width="32" src="https://unpkg.com/@icon/entypo/icons/note.svg" />

Icons font -- ideal when you want to include all icons at once

1 . Install @icon/entypo with this command. In the <head> of your html, reference the location to your entypo.css.

<head>
...
<link rel="stylesheet" href="@icon/entypo/entypo.css">
...
</head>

2 . Use unpkg.com to load directly entypo without installing anything:

<head>
...
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/@icon/entypo/entypo.css">
...
</head>

Place entypo with <i> tag in your html like this. Icon class names are to be used with the entypo class prefix.

<i class="entypo entypo-note"></i>

Bugs, Ideas, Pull Requests

If you have any ideas or found bugs, please send me Pull Requests or let me know with GitHub Issues.

License

Entypo is copyright by Daniel Buce, all icons are distributed under CC BY-SA licence, Font is distributed under SIL licence.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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