Hello there. I’m having trouble adding a custom icon to my ACF Gutenberg block. I’m using ACF 5.8.0-beta2 and WordPress 4.9.8.
My code is below though the icon code is taken directly from the acf_register_block() documentation. The block itself works great but all I get is a blank icon.
When I look at the source code there is nothing to display. It’s almost like WP has scrubbed it out. There is also no errors in the console.
acf_register_block(array( 'name' => 'campactivities', 'title' => __('Camp Activities Grid'), 'description' => __('A custom grid to display camp activities.'), 'render_template' => 'template-parts/block/content-camp-activities.php', 'category' => 'common', 'icon' => '<svg viewBox="0 0 24 24" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"><path fill="none" d="M0 0h24v24H0V0z" /><path d="M19 13H5v-2h14v2z" /></svg>', 'post_types' => array( 'page' ), 'align' => false, 'keywords' => array( 'daily', 'activities', 'grid' ), ));
Thanks for any help you can give.
Same here. Can’t get anything to display but a dash-icon.
I am dealing with this glitch as well. It does not work when setting icon or declaring the array with src
Same here. Any word if a fix for this is rolling out in the next release? Would be great to not be limited to Dashicons.
It looks like this issue is marked as “Solving”, so hopefully a permanent fix is on the way soon. However, I was having the same issue, so I created my own fix for the time being. It’s a drop-in plugin, just download and activate and it should work for you. Everyone is welcome to check it out to see if it fits your needs: https://github.com/pfaciana/acf-block-icon
No problem! Happy I could help. I needed it for myself anyway, no reason not to open source it and let others use it. Thanks!
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