Menu icon Foundation

My Posts

No Content

My Comments

Saul commented on Alfonso Cachinero's post 4 months

<div data-reveal ... data-reset-on-close="true" >

Saul commented on Eric Echeverri's post over 3 years

Yes, you can.

First make the design you want to include in SVG format.
Copy an paste/rename any file in the SVG folder.
Open it and clears the current design, then insert your own design, trying to fit within the margins of the previous design, save.
Download and install FontForge http://fontforge.sf.net/
Open any font file, click on the empty box back to the last entry, look for the Unicode number.
Import your design, then export the font in SVG, WOFF and TTF formats.
For the EOT format you can use a converter on the internet or use ttf2eot in Linux
In foundation-icons.css add a new line whit the class name and the unicode number of your design

That's all. Work for me.

Regards.

Posts Followed


Following

    No Content

Followers

My Posts

No Content

My Comments

You commented on Alfonso Cachinero's post 4 months

<div data-reveal ... data-reset-on-close="true" >

You commented on Eric Echeverri's post over 3 years

Yes, you can.

First make the design you want to include in SVG format.
Copy an paste/rename any file in the SVG folder.
Open it and clears the current design, then insert your own design, trying to fit within the margins of the previous design, save.
Download and install FontForge http://fontforge.sf.net/
Open any font file, click on the empty box back to the last entry, look for the Unicode number.
Import your design, then export the font in SVG, WOFF and TTF formats.
For the EOT format you can use a converter on the internet or use ttf2eot in Linux
In foundation-icons.css add a new line whit the class name and the unicode number of your design

That's all. Work for me.

Regards.

Posts Followed

Following

  • No Content

Followers

  • No Content