You might find this free icon/font web app useful for your theme development. Use the search box to easily search the icons. This tool also allows you to import your own vectors.
This icon set is also available on github (Includes PNGs).
It would be great to see some new themes start using icon fonts! Github started using icon fonts today! It’s the way to go.
What browsers does it work in?
You mean in what browsers you can use the generated font? @font-face font embedding is supported in even IE6 . http://caniuse.com/#search=font-face
However, before and after pseudo elements are not supported in IE6 and IE7 . So depending on the way you use your web font, browser support for it varies.
Update: the full version of IcoMoon is now available for sale for only $30
For the past 4 months or so, I have been working on a tool for generating fonts out of icons. This tool allows you to select a number of icons, and then you can assign these icons to different letters. The resulting font will therefore be small and efficient for web embedding using the @font-face rule.
You can also download a free version of this tool if you go to the Downloads page.
I’m still trying to find the best method for selling the full version. Do you think it fits any of envatos marketplaces or categories? And how much do you think it should cost?
Any thoughts or suggestions is appreciated
By the way, if you care, that promotional web site that I’ve made for this product is responsive, and it has a high google page speed of 94
The public folder of dropbox is good if you’re only dealing with html/css/js.
Thanks to evolution, I just stay thin no matter what I do
Well it’s obviously not acceptable. You have the right to use the item you purchased for personal use. Authors decide in what form they want to publish their work.