I have a problem with the icons of font awesome. They are showing, though not all. Some icons just show a square and I don’t know how to fix it.
So this is how it looks like:
If I go to the console and remove the tick on “font” and “font-family” it will appear again correctly. I can’t understand why
So how can I delete these properties?
If adding my website to my phones homepage as a shortcut then i want an Icon to be shown as in all the other apps(see: favicon/Icon) but now its just a printscreen of my website. How do i set an icon for this? I want it to work for both android and ISO
I’m Spanish, so forgive me for my bad English (and misuse of the Google translator). I have problems with my taskbar, in this one I have an unused and blank icon and I want to remove it completely.
The shortcut was from the Atom program, I had recently uninstalled it.
I have a page in my communication site in which, I want to add my contact information.
I want to insert icons for it, which should appear before the text.
I want to add phone number icon and then type my phone number.
Similar to this one:
So how to insert icons with text in Modern Experience ?
Thank you !!
Working on a PWA (progressive web app) and coming up with the app icon for it. There aren’t many others around since it’s pretty new but it seems a lot of PWAs use a circular icon to differentiate from the native app.
Is there a particular reason they are choosing a circular icon compared to the many other options? Is this a standard or a guideline(coming from google it wouldn’t be a surprise)?
Material Design have 4 types of icons
But when to use which? What are the things to consider when selecting a icon type?
I was reading through the Material Design guidelines and noticed this restriction on the snackbar usage: “Don’t place icons in snackbars.”
Why not? What would be the rationale for that?
I am using GNOME 3.32.1 on Ubuntu 19.04. I cannot drag desktop icons to Nautilus folders. I cannot double click desktop icons to open them in their default applications. I cannot (automatically) organize desktop icons. In short, GNOME desktop icons are non-functional other than to represent files in the desktop folder.
Is there a painless way to add basic integration (drag and drop, click to launch, etc.) of GNOME 3.3X desktop icons with Nautilus?
I installed the Papirus theme on Xubuntu. My Desktop, Music, Video, and other home folders have their own icons set automatically when changing the theme.
Looking through the icons folder, where I installed Papirus, I can see there’s a folder icon for development. Is there a way I can make is so that it is used for the folder I create, automatically? If not, how can I make it be used for the development folder? Thanks!
I am working on theme development. I want to add “enable” and “disable” buttons for social media icons. How to do that?