Making a lightweight web pages has become the necessity these days. Everybody knows that Google is giving more importance to the lightweight and mobile friendly websites. With the introduction of AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) it has become more evident that speed is the key factor for top search engine rankings.
But what if you dont want to use the SVG based icons and still want to get the clean icons with the help of pure CSS? Yes, its very much possible now! Have you heard about CSS Icons?
Adobe designer Wenting Zhang has created a library of such nice and lightweight icons made purely using CSS. This collection contains icons those are made using DIVs and not SVG. This awesome resource can be found at CSS Icon.
These various complex shapes are made using css classes annd you can easily embed them in your web pages. Take some time to explore this amazing library and try to utilise these incredibly lightweight icons in your web projects.
Please share your feedback on how did you found these CSS icons. Your opinions and experience will help other fellow web designers.
This post was last modified on August 25, 2017 6:44 am
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