Hand-Coded Open Source Icons for the Web http://geomicons.com
Fast, Plain & Simple
Smaller than similar webfonts, Geomicons Open is built from the ground up for performance. Designed on a grid for pixel-precision at standard sizes, each icon is hand-coded to avoid the extra bloat from traditional vector drawing applications.
npm i geomicons-open
var geomicons =var pathData = geomiconsheart // Returns the path's d attribute valuevar svgString = geomicons // Returns an SVG string
If you're only using one or two icons in your markup, it's probably better to paste the SVG code inline. Copy the icon from the website or open the icon SVG file and copy and paste the SVG code.
Vector Drawing Applications
The SVG files in the
dist/icons folder should open in applications such as Adobe Illustrator and Sketch.
If you encounter any problems, please create an issue.
A React component for Geomicons Open is available on NPM.
npm i react-geomicons
See react-geomicons for more details.
Styling inline SVG with CSS
Inline SVGs can be styled with CSS, just like any other HTML element.
Geomicons Open icons have the
fill attribute set to
currentcolor to inherit the foreground color.
Set the width, height, and other properties with additional CSS.
Each icon is designed on a 32 x 32px grid. This means icons will look best at multiples of 16. I recommend sizing icons based on your type scale, or using one of the following sizes: 16, 24, 32, 48, or 64px.
Leaving the default browser font size set at 16px, you can add styles that set width and height in ems and use multiples to keep the icons pixel perfect.