How to install Lord Icon with Divi themes

How to install Lord Icon with Divi themes
May 6, 2020

The Lord Icon and Divi dance

I was lucky enough recently to get 500 free Lord Icons from AppSumo. So, what the hell was I to do with 500 icons? Well with a little pondering and wondering I decided to reshape the front page of Heypressgo.

Well, it wasn’t long after I started to set up and design the front page of the website I soon discovered that Lord Icon does not have a module that works with Divi Elegant themes.

However with some clear instructions available on the Lord Icon website. I was able to figure out you can easily customise, and set up the icons using shortcode within the Divi Code Module.

Checklist when installing lord icons on Divi

If you found this of value please leave a comment below, or if you know of another way to set up the icons inside Divi, please let us know below.

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Published by James Hayward
James is a Unicorn in the online digital space. He has been designing and developing online experiences from way back when the Toshiba Satellite 400CS appeared. He loves his windsurfing, travelling and hanging out with family and friends and tinkering with new technologies.