Adding Font Awesome icons to your Squarespace website is quick and easy.

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We’ll cover how to add inject Font Awesome code into the header of your Squarespace (opens new window) website, and add them via code blocks into the body of your site.

Before You Get Started

Make sure you:

Add Your Kit Code to Your Squarespace Header

From the dashboard of your Squarespace website, use the side menu to visit Settings. Next, navigate to Advanced, and then Code Injection. Paste your unique Kit code into the Header section. Be sure to save.

Adding Kit Code to Squarespace Header

Adding your Kit code to Squarespace.

Your code will look similar to this (with the YOUR-KIT-ID replaced by your Kit's unique ID):

<script src="https://kit.fontawesome.com/YOUR-KIT-ID.js" crossorigin="anonymous"></script>

Add Icons to a Squarespace Page

From any page in your Squarespace website, follow their instructions for adding a code block (opens new window). With the code block open, edit the HTML content to display a Font Awesome icon.

Adding Icon Code to a Code Block in Squarespace

Reference an icon in your Squarespace code block.

From here, you can add any of our icons by following How to Add Icons. For example, to add the Solid style of our camera-retro icon (a free icon), you can add it as an <i> tag to the code block like this:

  <i class="fa-solid fa-camera-retro"></i>

To add an icon from one of our Pro styles, like Duotone, you can add it as an <i> tag to the code block like this:

  <i class="fa-duotone fa-camera-retro"></i>
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