Nov 252014
 

Suffusion Theme Selection Icon Set allows you to select different social media icons to display in your site or use the default theme icons set.

Last Updated: December 2, 2023

Latest News: I have changed the documentation below.

There are times that you might want to change your icons set. Suffusion provides the option for you to change the icons in a very simple manner. By clicking on a few options as illustrated in the following tutorial you will be able to change the cosmetic display of the icons in your site.

Note: There are 7 different icon sets plus the theme’s default icon set. So you have plenty to choose from.

What you need:

Suffusion Theme Selection Icon Set

Step 1 ) Go to Appearance -> Suffusion Options -> Skinning -> Icon Sets menu as illustrated in the image below to select a different icon set for your website.

suffusion-theme-skinning-option-selection-icon-set-menu

Step 2 ) The following image illustrates the Icon Sets number 1.

suffusion-theme-selection-icon-set-1

Step 3 ) The following image illustrates the Icon Sets number 7.

suffusion-theme-selection-icon-set-7

Step 4 ) The following image allows to select Theme Default icon set if that is your choice.

suffusion-theme-selection-icon-set-theme-default

The following image allows you to select where would you like to display your icons.

  • Post/page author
  • Post/page date
  • Post category
  • Post tag
  • Post permalink
  • Post/page comments
  • Post/page edit (seen by a logged in author only)
  • Click on Select All or Select None buttons

suffusion-theme-selection-icon-set-show-icons

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The above options help you set up  your icons correctly from the beginning. You can change them anytime you want.

Click on the following URL Skinning Tutorials for more skinning tutorials.

If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this from time to time. So keep coming back for the latest.

Enjoy.

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