What is included with my stock icon purchase?
Each of the sets contained in our stock icon library include a variety of sizes,
graphic formats, and color states suitable for Web, Windows, Linux, and Mac Applications.
Since these may vary depending on the style of icon chosen, it is recommended that
you visit our
page and select the icon set you are interested in to view its features and contents.
How are the icons delivered?
The images are downloaded directly from our site using our convenient member control
Do you offer any discounts for purchasing multiple icon sets?
Yes, please see our
current list of combos.
We also have an
for those interested in acquiring our complete icon library.
Do you have any current promotions or special offers?
We offer a
competitive upgrade discount
for those who have purchased sets from one or more competing icon libraries. We
also have a
small business subscription program
and a "Spread the Word"
promotion for webmasters and bloggers.
Which environment(s) work best with the icons?
Any environment that supports 256 or more colors is suitable; a wide-range of available
formats allows the icons to be used in a variety of settings covering software development,
web design, digital and printed media, and more.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, PayPal, Purchase Order,
and Wire Transfer.
If you prefer not to order using our secure online checkout, please see the
alternate payment instructions.
What is an Icon Set?
An icon set is a grouping of icons put together for organizational purposes. While
there are no specific guidelines on how
should be organized, best practice is that the images they contain share a common
theme and style. This ensures a consistent look and feel and allows companies to
purchase a single set of icons pre-tailored to their specific industry or intended
use. This term is also used synonymously with icon collection, icon package, and
What is an Icon Library?
An icon library is a comprehensive or "complete" offering of icons composed of one
or more icon sets.
This term is often confused with the filetype '.ICL' (Windows Icon Library) which
was popular years ago due to its ability to embed 100s of images into a single,
but massive file. Windows icon libraries have since been discontinued by most icon
companies in favor of compact, platform-independent formats such as PNG. For this
reason, all of our bitmapped icon packs come in several different formats (GIF,
PNG, ICO, BMP, etc.). This ensures full compatibility with every major operating
system (Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.), most development platforms, and the World Wide
Will your Vista Icons work on Windows XP?
Yes, all of our
are fully-compatible with the XP operating system and can even
be used for web development by utilizing the GIF and
that we supply with each VISTA set. "Vista Icons" in the context of our site refers
only to a "style" and not a specific ICO file format.
What type of license do the icons have? Can I make changes to the icons?
Please refer to our
for all licensing-related questions.
Do you have any sample icons available for download?
Yes, you can
download the icons here.