Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Additional resources, part of Deploying Icon Fonts for the Web.
…I hope you've enjoyed our look at deploying icon fonts, and that you…have a solid foundation for how you might use them in your own projects.…Before I go, I want to leave you with a few…reference sites that can give you some additional information, as…well as provide you with a few resource files that…going to help you experiment with icon fonts a little further.…So, I want to start with the unify Unicode…support table and you can find this at unicode.johnholtripley.co.uk.…If I scroll down, what this is, is a really thorough…table of different devices and their support for specific Unicode values.…
So, if you're using an icon font that has mapped icons to specific…reserved symbols, like the cloud here at 2601, you can see how…many devo,devices actually support that so that if your icon font failed,…they would actually show their default,…cloud icon, or whatever symbol they've got.…This is a really great resource to help you figure out what…your fallback options might be, in case your icon font doesn't work.…
Want to create your own icon fonts? Check out James' companion course, Creating Icon Fonts for the Web.
- Finding icon fonts
- Ensuring consistent styling
- Exploring class-based solutions for deployment
- Deploying with the data-icon attribute
- Aligning icons
- Animating icons
- Styling multicolored glyphs