Iconoir

Iconoir is an open-source library with 1000+ unique SVG icons, designed on a 24x24 pixels grid. No premium icons, no email sign-up, no newsletters.

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Basic Usage

You can download any icon of the pack directly from https://iconoir.com or get them from this repository.

Additionally, the icons are available via the iconoir NPM package:

yarn add iconoir
# or
npm i iconoir

Example usage:

import Iconoir from 'iconoir/icons/iconoir.svg'

React

A React library is available to install under the name iconoir-react. For more details, see the package README.

React Native

A React Native library is available to install under the name iconoir-react-native. For more details, see the package README.

Flutter

A Flutter library is available to install under the name iconoir_flutter. For more details, see the package README.

Framer

Iconoir is happily part of Framer now. To start using the icons: On the top menu, Insert > Graphics > Iconoir. You can switch between icons from the right sidebar in the editor.

CSS

Import the CSS File:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/iconoir-icons/[email protected]/css/iconoir.css">

Here is an example in HTML:

<i class="iconoir-hand-brake"></i>

The class must always be "iconoir-" and then the name of the icon. You can find the names of the icons here.

The icons are display: inline-block and default to the current font size. You can control this by adjusting the ::before styles of the element (which is where the icons are added as a mask).

Figma

The library is available in the Figma community here.

License

MIT License

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If you prefer, you can take a look at our documentation on our GitHub repository.
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