Recently reached my Drobox limit; been using it for client file-delivery. Decided to set up a client backend for my website, and return my Dropbox to personal use. Made a few glyph doctypes; will need to add more as I upload different filetypes.
Used my own modified _h5ai for the backend. Works wonders. Each glyph is displayed at 50% size to mitigate any retina issues—don't need retina JS, nor any additional retina css. Works wonders.
96px and 32px displayed— on screen, 48px and 16px.
6 months ago
Props to @Rogie for the zipper idea on the 32px. ^^
I like the left one, what is it?
@Dutch Icon Generic image icon. Not differentiating between raster filetypes; only indicates that it is not a graphic source file such as a PSD.
Here's an idea... sell your client back-end code for $10.
I'd be interested in it. I know others would, too.
That is so cool!
@Klein Maetschke It's only a modification of existing open-source software. Fancy directory listing combined with htaccess password protection. Going to put it up for free.
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