This plugin allows you to easily display ‘feature’ grids of icons and/or their descriptions using shortcodes, widgets and Gutenberg blocks.
The grids can be used for many things, one example would be as a visually exciting way to present a list of features.
- Responsive design;
- Up to 15 icons per grid;
- Unlimited grids per page;
- Max columns per grid row can be set between 1 and 6;
- Icon color can be set per grid;
- Can be embedded via shortcode, widget or Gutenberg block;
- By default uses font-awesome/5.13.0 to provide the icons;
- Can be linked to any other online font including font-awesome kits.
How To Use
You can find full usage instructions on the plugin’s home page:
This plugin provides 1 block.
- Easy Icon Grid
Automatic installation is the easiest way to install this plugin.
To do this, simply login to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu and click on Add New.
Type ‘Easy Icon Grid’ in the search field that is displayed at the top right. WordPress will automatically start to search.
Once you’ve found this plugin you can click on Install Now which will install it.
Finally, once installed, the Install Now button will change to Activate. Click on it again to activate the Easy Icon Grid plugin.
You can also install the plugin manually by downloading it as a zip file using the Download button above.
The WordPress codex has instructions on how to do this.
Can I use multiple grids of icons on the same page
Yes, you can have an unlimited amount of icon grids on each page
How Many Icons (and desriptions) can I have in each grid
The maximum number of icons you can have in each grid is currently 15 but you can have an unlimited amount of grids per page
How many columns are in the grid
You can set the number of colums to any number between 1 and 6
What color are the icons
You can set the icon color individually for each grid
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Contributors & Developers
“Easy Icon Grid” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
See changelog.txt in the plugin installation directory