ZURB just released the third version of their Foundation Icon Font today. During the redesign of the blog, Foundation Icon Font was not used due to the limitation of fonts in its second version. Instead, I use Fontello to search and assemble the necessary fonts from across the web which is basically what the service provides. There are also other icon fonts on the web if you don’t like Foundation’s. Foundation Icon Fonts version 3 provides a better integration with Foundation framework (and of course Reverie) so you don’t need to worry about the size or padding problems when you use services like Fontello or IcoMoon.
Nowadays every website whether big or small has a newsletter tailored to fulfill its goal or either converting subscribers to customers or kindly reminds fans of what’s going on across their beloved sites. We have seen tons of newsletters flood into our mailbox but yet few of them really attract our attentions. Either because they are awful looking or they are simply spamming. In order to build a great template for your great content, you need to spend a lot of time digging around here and there.