Replacing Common UI Icons with CSS

minute read. Posted on March 10, 2014 in Code & Design CSS

Let’s be honest, dealing with images on the web is kind of a pain. They’re a pain to modify, load slowly and require all sorts of progressive techniques in a responsive environment. But, unfortunately, images are here to stay; there’s no better way to capture a moment in time than with an image. However, we can significantly reduce our use of images by using CSS to recreate elements. But how can we do this while still keeping our designs visually appealing?

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