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Add Font Awesome into your website with a single line of code. You don’t even have to download or install anything!

  1. Paste the following code into the <head> section of your site’s HTML.
    <link href="//netdna.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome//css/font-awesome.css" rel="stylesheet">

    Immediately after release, it takes a bit of time for BootstrapCDN to catch up and get the newest version live on their CDN.

  2. Pat yourself on the back for your scalable-vector-icons-on-the-website judo solution in a single line of code.
  3. Check out the examples to start using Font Awesome!

Use this method to get the default Font Awesome CSS with the default Bootstrap CSS.

  1. Copy the entire font-awesome directory into your project.
  2. In the <head> of your html, reference the location to your font-awesome.min.css.
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="path/to/font-awesome/css/font-awesome.min.css">
  3. Check out the examples to start using Font Awesome!

Use the Official Font Awesome LESS Ruby Gem to easily get Font Awesome LESS into a Rails project. Generously maintained by @supercodepoet.

  1. Add this line to your application’s Gemfile:
    gem 'font-awesome-less'
  2. And then execute:
    $ bundle
  3. Or install it yourself as:
    $ gem install font-awesome-less

Use the Official Font Awesome SASS Ruby Gem to easily get Font Awesome SASS into a Rails project. Generously maintained by @supercodepoet.

  1. Add this line to your application’s Gemfile:
    gem 'font-awesome-sass'
  2. And then execute:
    $ bundle
  3. Or install it yourself as:
    $ gem install font-awesome-sass

Use this method to customize Font Awesome using LESS or SASS.

  1. Copy the font-awesome/ directory into your project.
  2. Open your project’s font-awesome/less/variables.less or font-awesome/scss/_variables.scss and edit the @fa-font-path or $fa-font-path variable to point to your font directory.
    @fa-font-path:   "../font";

    The font path is relative from your compiled CSS directory.

  3. Re-compile your LESS or SASS if using a static compiler. Otherwise, you should be good to go.
  4. Check out the examples to start using Font Awesome!

If you need IE7 support, you have my condolences. Really. Font Awesome doesn’t support IE7, but an older version does. You’ll need to check out the 3.2.1 instructions for using IE7. Then go complain to whomever decided your project needs IE7 support.

If you’re having trouble with Font Awesome, make sure to check out the troubleshooting wiki page. Generously maintained by @gtagliala.