Easily add an icon to a post or page using the [icon] shortcode.
For example, to display the note icon, shortcode usage is [icon=note]; 1,000 icons from the famfamfam Silk collection are included.
Defintion of icons can be found at famfamfam.com: http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/; a settings page also shows all available icons.
Adding any png file to the plugins /images folder will make them available from the shortcode; this allows the replacement of the included flags with alternatives if required.
Download the latest release from GitHub.
To install the Icons plugin:
- Download the plugin from GitHub.
- Upload the entire zip file using the Plugins upload function in your ClassicPress admin panel.
- Activate the plugin.
Support, including bug reports, feature requests or questions, is available from azurecurve via the azurecurve Community site.
Translations are usually in the plugins languages folder, but our Translations site will have the most up-to-date versions.
If you can translate the plugin, please request access via the azurecurve Community site.
Changes and feature additions for the Icons plugin:
- Fix issue with flags not displaying correctly on admin page.
- Exclude index.php from image listing on admin page.
- Fix link in localized string and rebuild .pot.
- Amend sort order of icons to alphabetical order on admin page.
- Update azurecurve menu for easier maintenance.
- Move require of azurecurve menu below security check.
- Add external_link_dark and external_link_light icons.
- First version for ClassicPress forked from azurecurve Icons WordPress Plugin.
Can I translate this plugin?
Yes, this plugin can be translated using the available .pot file or via our Translations site which will have the most up-to-date versions.
To translate on our translation site, please request access via our
Is this plugin compatible with both WordPress and ClassicPress?
This plugin is developed for ClassicPress, but will likely work on WordPress.
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