Automatically Generate Splash Screens and Icons with Ionic CLI

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jQuery fontIconPicker: Add an icon picker to your admin forms

The jQuery fontIconPicker makes it simple to add an icon picker and search function to your administration forms. It can be triggered on a SELECT or TEXT input, and has multiple usage options.

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jQuery fontIconPicker is a small (1.58kb gzipped) jQuery plugin which allows you to include a simple icon picker with search and pagination inside your administration forms. 



 How it works
 Basic: Load from SELECT input field
 Load from TEXT input field (no empty icon, no search)
 Load icons from Fontello JSON config file
 fontIconPicker validation
 Change icon set on the fly
 Trigger event on icon change
 ACF { fontIconPicker WordPress plugin
 Browser compatibility




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Makeappicon: Generate properly sized icons quickly and easily



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Why Web Icon Fonts are brilliant

Posted Friday 14th Dec 2012 by Rob Bavington 1 Comment

My brother James and I have been chatting a lot over the past week about how amazing Icon Web Fonts are, so I’ve put together a little video blog to show the key benefits. If you’re unfamiliar with Icon Fonts, they’re not too dissimilar from Wingdings. They’re useful, lightweight, modern typefaces that are perfect for displaying icons on your website without the baggage that often comes with using images.

Now we’ll talk about these specific Icon Fonts in a moment, but typefaces like Font Awesome, which is free, or Fico carry huge benefits to designers – which is probably why they’ve been so popular with web designers in 2012.

You can think of Icon Fonts as any normal font or web-font. As a designer you can easily adjust the size, colour and even add shadows with CSS. Icon Fonts work in almost all browsers including IE6, which means you get transparency without messing around with any ugly hacks. Most importantly, a lightweight or hand-picked Web Icon Font will load quicker in the browser that it’s image counterpart which will help with your page-speed optimization.

Web Icon Fonts have been huge in 2012

James and I think there’s 3 simple, key reasons why Icon Web Fonts are so popular in 2012:

  1. The icons are simply pretty cool and modern
  2. Responsive web design
  3. Retina displays.

So with Responsive web-design, there’s a good chance that you might want to increase or decrease an icon’s size, particularly if you’re using it within a button. Just like text, you can use media queries to simply change the type size without needing to reference a different image file. And unlike raster, pixel based images – Icon Fonts are vector so they look crisp at any resolution.

If you haven’t already, we’d recommending heading over to some of the many Icon Fonts available online. Like we mentioned earlier, Font Awesome is a great starting point as their current free set includes over 200 icons and can be installed and used on your website within minutes.

There’s also plenty of premium paid Icon Fonts and also great tools like Fontello where you can create your very own hand-picked, lightweight hybrid Icon Font by combining the best of the free Icon Fonts available.

So, wrapping up – we’re pretty confident that Icon Fonts are going to continue in popularity in 2013. It wouldn’t surprise us if the Google Web Font archive dons a set or two in the near future.

Example results when using Font Awesome, as shown on their web page.

Example results when using Font Awesome, as shown on their web page.

Web Icon Fonts & SEO

Also, don’t worry about the potential SEO headache of having random single letters hanging around your HTML markup. Icon Font Packs, like Font Awesome for example, have been set-up so that you can render with empty italic tags.

If you refer to the embedded image opposite, and the HTML markup below, you can see how the empty italics tags are used with a class to render icons in a similar fashion to how we might use span tags.

<ul class="nav nav-list">
    <li class="active"><a href="#"> Home</a></li>
    <li><a href="#"> Library</a></li>
    <li><a href="#"> Applications</a></li>
    <li><a href="#"> Settings</a></li>

Thanks for watching this week, check out our supporting post for more resources and live examples of Icon Fonts in action from around the web.

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URI는 그것이 텍스트의 한 페이지나, 비디오 또는 사운드 클립이든, 정지 화상이든 동영상이든, 또는 프로그램이든 상관없이, 이러한 콘텐츠 들 중 어느 하나를 인식하기 위한 수단이다. 가장 보편적인 형태의 URI가 바로, 웹페이지 주소 즉, URL인데, 이는 URI의 특별한 형태이자 부분집합이라 할 수 있다. URI는 대체로 다음과 같이 설명할 수 있다.

    자원에 접근하기 위해 사용되는 절차
    어떤 자원을 가지고 있는 특정한 컴퓨터
    컴퓨터 상의 특정 자원의 이름 (파일 이름)

예를 들어 아래의 URI는 웹프로토콜 애플리케이션인 HTTP를 사용하여 액세스될 수 있는 파일을 인식하며, 그 파일은 유일한 인터넷 주소로 사상될 수 있는 www.w3.org라는 이름을 가진 컴퓨터에 존재한다.

컴퓨터의 디렉토리 구조에서, 그 파일은 "/Icons/WWW/w3c_main.gif"에 위치해 있다. FTP 주소와 전자우편 주소들을 인식하는 문자열들도 역시 URI이다 (그리고 HTTP 주소처럼, 이것들도 URL이라고 불리는 URI의 부분집합이다). URI의 또다른 종류 중 하나는 URN이다. URN은 "제도적인 영속성"을 갖는 URI의 한 형태로서, 그것의 정확한 위치는 때로 변할 수 있지만, 일부 에이전시가 그것을 찾을 수 있다는 것을 의미한다. 

The What, Why and How of Data URIs in Web Design

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