Welcome to the documentation for Gridicons, a popular icon set for web and app development. Gridicons provides a wide range of beautifully designed icons that can be easily integrated into your projects. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced developer, this documentation aims to provide you with the information you need to effectively use Gridicons in your projects.
Follow the steps below to get started with Gridicons:
- Download the latest version of Gridicons from the official website or GitHub repository.
- Unzip the downloaded file to reveal the Gridicons folder.
- Copy the desired Gridicons font files to your project directory.
- Link the Gridicons CSS file in the header of your HTML file:
Gridicons provides a simple and intuitive way to integrate icons into your projects. The following steps guide you in using Gridicons effectively:
- Choose an icon from the Gridicons library that suits your needs.
- Add the appropriate Gridicons CSS class to an HTML element, such as a `` or `` tag.
- Adjust the size and color of the icon using CSS styles, or utilize the predefined sizes and colors provided by Gridicons.
Here’s an example of using Gridicons to display a heart icon:
Gridicons offers a diverse collection of icons to meet your requirements. Below is a list of some commonly used icons:
For more advanced usage of Gridicons, you can take advantage of the provided CSS classes and options:
.gridicons-large– Increases the size of the icon.
.gridicons-white– Sets the icon color to white.
.gridicons-dark– Sets the icon color to a dark shade.
.gridicons-disabled– Renders the icon in a disabled state.
Here’s an example of combining multiple CSS classes to customize an icon:
Congratulations! You have successfully integrated Gridicons into your project. We hope this documentation has provided you with the necessary guidance to make the most out of Gridicons. For any further information or assistance, please refer to the resources provided below.