JoyPixels PNG Sprites
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We've setup a collection of spritesheets for people to use. These sprites are split by category (plus diversity) and come in 32px and 64px sizes.
- zoom or transform: scale() can be used for custom scaling. transform: scale() is more widely supported.
- Depending on the amount of emoji you're actually using on a page, loading an entire spritesheet here could be overkill.
1. Attach Sprite CSS Stylesheet:
To get PNG sprites working you first need to link the Sprites stylesheet in your <head>. This file is available in our git repo under /assets/sprites. Make sure to include the accompanying joypixels.sprites.png file in the same directory, or update its path in the css file if you move it.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="path/to/joypixels.sprites.css"/>
2. Enable PNG Sprite mode
Once the stylesheet is attached, it's just a matter of enabling PNG Sprites in your JoyPixels configuration
joypixels.imageType = 'png'; joypixels.sprites = true;
$client = new Client(new Ruleset()); $client->imageType = 'png'; $client->sprites = true;
If you are not using our conversion scripts, PNG sprites can be implemented using the following markup structure. In this example we're using the unicode symbol 1F433 aka 🐳
<span class="joypixels joypixels-32-nature _1f433"> 🐳 </span>