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How can I use CSS icons instead of images for awards?
Using CSS icons instead of images is (friendly) possible since version `1.8.19`. To use CSS icons instead of images follow the next steps.
  1. Go to `Home » Manage Awards` and add or edit an award.
  2. Under `Template Type` select the `Class Template` option.
  3. Under `Image / Class` type your CSS class for that award alone.
  4. Save
  5. Finally, you need to include your JavaScript library code inside the `headerinclude` template.

To update the template used for CSS awards go to `Home » Template Sets » [YOUR TEHEME] » OUGC Awards Templates` and edit the `ougcawards_award_image_class` template to meet your requirements. By default the system contemplates administrators to be using the Semantic UI Icon library but doesn't adds the JavaScript library code inside the `headerinclude` template.

Using both image and CSS awards at the same time is possible.