Our lead designer, , says that he's been exporting his icons into PNG or GIF files and using them as regular images for many years.
There was just no other way that would be supported by most popular browsers.
However, there are at least a couple of problems he's run into when he used icons as regular images
Well, what if I told you that icon fonts solve all of these problems and are super easy to use, maintain or even to create your own?
Additionally, this new method is very well supported by all major browsers. So, here's Rafal to explain:
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