Updated Mar 31st, 2022

Is it as easy as adding to markdown files?

Cheetsheets like this one here are everywhere. Okay so markdown is simple.

What about:


From CSS tricks article here:

Now that all modern browsers support SVG favicons, here’s how to turn any emoji into a favicon.svg:

<svg xmlns=”http://w3.org/2000/svg” viewBox=”0 0 100 100″>
<text y=”.9em” font-size=”90″>đź’©</text>

Useful for quick apps when you can’t be bothered to design a favicon!


Article here shows how to build a simple component and why this is preferred over alternatives. Quick and easy implementation.

Recommends Unicode.org and Emojipedia.org to find the codes. I like how they show what they will look like on different devices.

I’m curious how this approach works for psuedo elements like the “:before” of a list item or for the favicon.

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Code Editor

Fireship all over this


This was good here