Resizing Dashicons in WordPress

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    After enabling Dashicons for your site’s front end, you can add icons to posts, pages, or parts of your theme. The first step of enabling Dashicons in WordPress is to edit your theme’s functions.php file. For the official documentation, please refer to the WordPress Developer Resource. For the official resource, please see the WordPress Developer Hub. If you want to use dashicons in the admin outside of the menu, there are two helper classes you can use. These are dashicons-before and dashicons, and they can be thought of as setting up dashicons (since you still need your icon’s class, too). The function add_menu_page() accepts a parameter after the callback function for an icon URL, which can also accept a dashicons class. I included a very simple plugin example in the repo. All you need to do download the whole repo as a zip, and install it like you would any other plugin. A new settings page called “Dashicons Picker Example” will be available where you can play with the icon picker. Below the general settings, you will see the option to select which editing features this post type would support. Simply check the options that you want to be included. WordPress by default doesn’t allow us to upload SVG files to WordPress media library. Are you looking for a way on how to upload SVG to WordPress? WordPress by default allows you to upload all popular image formats such as JPG, PNG, and WebP, but you cannot add SVG image file format. In this article, we will show you how to upload SVG files to WordPress Media Library. In optimizing your web page speed, you’ll notice that this CSS file is not huge, but there is no need to load it in the frontend for non-logged in users.

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