coreui/coreui-icons

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CoreUI Icons is an open-source icon set with more than 1500 icons in multiple formats SVG, PNG, and Webfonts. CoreUI Icons are beautifully crafted symbols for common actions and items. You can use them in your digital products for web or mobile app.

CoreUI Free Icons

Preview & Docs

https://coreui.io/icons/

Installation

CDN

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/@coreui/icons/css/all.min.css">

or

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/@coreui/icons/css/free.min.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/@coreui/icons/css/brand.min.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/@coreui/icons/css/flag.min.css">

NPM

npm install @coreui/icons --save

Yarn

Or, you can also clone or download this repository as zip.

Usage

Basic Use

You can place CoreUI Icons just about anywhere using a CSS style prefix and the icon’s name. CoreUI Icons are designed to be used with inline elements ex. or .

Please use cil- prefix for linear icons, cib- prefix for brand icons, and cif- prefix for flag icons.

<i class="cil-energy">i>
<i class="cib-twitter">i>

SVG Sprites

SVG sprites let you quickly use vector icons in your website. We have prepared all the icon set styles into their own SVG sprites.

Place sprite files with the rest of your static files, like images and styles, in your project. Make sure to add a proper path to the SVG sprite file, and use the fragment identifier specific to the SVG icon or symbol you want to display.

<svg>
  <use xlink:href="path/to/free.svg#cil-airplane-mode">use>
svg>
<svg>
  <use xlink:href="path/to/brand.svg#cib-twitter">use>
svg>
<svg>
  <use xlink:href="path/to/flag.svg#cif-uss">use>
svg>

SVG Symbols

When you download your icon set, it comes with a sprites directory that contains SVG icon definitions. These icons can be referenced and used as inline SVGs like so:


<symbol id="cil-apple" viewBox="0 0 24 24">
<title>appletitle>

symbol>


<svg>
  <use xlink:href="#cil-apple">use>
svg>

It is also possible to link to an external SVG containing the definitions:

<svg class="icon-home">
  <use xlink:href="path/to/free.svg#cil-apple">use>
svg>

Referencing an external SVG has the advantage that your icons get cached, with one HTTP request. But the external SVG and the HTML should be served from the same domain. This approach works fine in modern browsers except for IE 9+. In order to support IE 9+, You should use /js/svgxuse.js or /js/svgxuse.min.js. This polyfill detects if the icons are loaded properly; if they aren’t, it sends one HTTP request to fetch and cache symbol definitions.

<script defer src="https://unpkg.com/@coreui/icons/js/svgxuse.js">script>

CoreUI Icons PRO

If our free icon set is insufficient you can buy CoreUI Icons Pro with more than 2000 icons, and more styles – Solid, Duo-Tone and Linear.

License

CoreUI Icons Free Icons

CoreUI Icons Free is free, open source, and GPL friendly. You can use it for
commercial projects, open source projects, or really almost whatever you want.

  • Icons — CC BY 4.0 License
    • In the CoreUI Icons Free, the CC BY 4.0 license applies to all icons
      packaged as .svg and .js files types.
  • Fonts — SIL OFL 1.1 License
    • In the CoreUI Icons Free, the SIL OLF license applies to all icons
      packaged as web and desktop font files.
  • Code — MIT License
    • In the CoreUI Icons Free, the MIT license applies to all
      non-font and non-icon files.

CoreUI Icons Brand and Flag Icons

Brand Icons

All brand icons are trademarks of their respective owners. The use of these
trademarks does not indicate endorsement of the trademark holder by Font
Awesome, nor vice versa. Please do not use brand logos for any purpose except
to represent the company, product, or service to which they refer.

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