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How to add entypo-arrow-bold-down to your website:

To embed entypo-arrow-bold-down in your page add following code:

Show other HTML syntax

Do not forget to add this to <head> section (preferred method to load icons faster) or before </body>:

SVG code for entypo-arrow-bold-down.

Use it to embed SVG directly in page or to paste it in UI editor application, such as Sketch, Adobe XD, Affinity Designer or Figma.

Most editors ignore SVG viewBox attribute. Because of that when you paste SVG in editor, dimensions often don't match, making it hard to align icon. Code below includes extra transparent rectangle that matches viewBox, so if you paste icon in editor it will have same dimensions as in HTML:

Or click this link to download SVG.

Add code below to your stylesheet to use entypo-arrow-bold-down as background:

Add code below to your stylesheet to use entypo-arrow-bold-down as pseudo element's content:

Avoid using Iconify in CSS if you can. Images are loaded one by one, which might affect performance if there are too many images. Monotone images cannot inherit color from stylesheet, so you must set color attribute.

Add code below to your script to use entypo-arrow-bold-down as React component.



Customize entypo-arrow-bold-down appearance:

Iconify icons can behave like images or like glyphs. Difference is very small, but important.

If you want it for decoration, select "block" option, if you want image to be placed in middle of text, such as placing emoji in text, select "inline" option.

You have selected a monotone icon.

Monotone icons do not have hardcoded colors, which means you can set any color.

By default color for monotone icons is the same as text color, which means you can style icons using css like this:

.iconify { color: red; }

Monotone icons when used as external resources cannot inherit color from stylesheet, therefore you must specify color. If possible use icon in HTML, not in CSS.

Set custom color:

By default height is set to "1em", width is automatically adjusted for each icon.

If you want to, you can set custom width and/or height. Unlike other images, SVG doesn't squish content when width/height ratio is wrong, so you can set any width and height you want.

You can use stylesheet to set custom dimensions like this:

.iconify { width: 24px; height: 24px; }
Set custom width:
Set custom height:

You can flip and rotate icon. Transformations are done using SVG transformations, not CSS. This ensures image content remains within its bounding box and allows you to apply additional CSS transformations.

Flip icon:
Rotate icon:


Currently Iconify is available only as JavaScript library for browsers and React component.

If you use HTML or CSS syntax, Iconify loads icons from Iconify API. To use Iconify without relying on Iconify API there is possibility to host custom API and bundle icons with custom scripts or use Iconify for React.

Additionally you can copy or download SVG code. You can use it in editors (if you are using Sketch, check out Iconify plug-in for Sketch) or embed SVG directly into pages instead of using Iconify JavaScript.

There are no native components yet for frameworks except React.

Plan is to create dedicated components for more frameworks in first half of 2019. What will be different from using current Iconify JavaScript? It will be proper components that generate SVG, not placeholders and generated bundle will include all SVG data. It will not require Iconify JavaScript and will not rely on Iconify API. Of course you can continue using current placeholder syntax if you prefer. All integration methods planned for future will add new options, not replace existing options.

Additionally integration is being developed for XenForo 2 forum software. It features icon picker component that includes icon search, custom option and style property types, custom XenForo template tags, making it easy to add icon pickers to third party styles and add-ons.