Same here, I use inline SVG for icons mainly. I’m doing it this way at the moment:
Browser support is fine as far as I’m concerned. The only drawback I can think of is customization. Some users may find it easier to edit an image sprite vs messing with SVG paths and shapes and XML, but none have brought it up so far.
@fuelthemes I just wanted to say the latest theme of yours looks amazing. Best of luck!
Hi, Thank you for posting the ticket number. I will follow up with our payment department and make sure they get back to you as soon as possible.
Thank you for your reply. Denis replied to my inquiry and they’re looking at the issue. I hope there’s a way to work around these long delays, because this is a very convenient service, otherwise.
Hi all, I’m writing this here hoping I have a better chance at getting an answer, as I know Payoneer stuff monitors the forums. I already contacted support using the form on Payoneer’s website and I got an email acknowledging my inquiry, but that was six days ago and I haven’t heard anything else.
On Dec 2, I withdrew some money from my prepaid debit card to my local bank account. On Dec 4 I got the email telling me that the withdrawal has been processed and funds were transferred, but it’s been almost 20 days and they still haven’t showed up on my bank account.
I’ve had this issue with this new service the past couple of months, but it never took this long. I had to wait between 8-14 days on October and November, which is already way too long—it’s stated transfers shouldn’t take more than 2-3 business days—but now it’s close to three weeks.
I’m not sure what the problem is, if the issue lays with Payoneer or the local bank system, but this particular service is quite unreliable as it is right now, otherwise I’m really happy with Payoneer so far. It’s a guessing game, trying to figure out when the funds will be available.
The ticket number attached to the automated response is LTK12153010357143X.
I’d appreciate a prompt reply from Payoneer stuff.
Mmm… I was planning to use this very font (the free variants) on a commercial Tumblr theme. Since the files would be hosted by Tumblr and not distributed with the theme itself, I think usage would fall under “Web embedding” and only proper credit would be necessary. Distributing the font with a WordPress theme would be a different scenario, though.