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Does anyone have a set of simple, free checkbox images (checked and unchecked)? I've got to throw a todo list on my site and I'm not exactly a designer. Ones that look like they are hand written would be great.

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closed as not constructive by Lèse majesté, Su', paulmorriss, danlefree Feb 8 '12 at 18:10

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In addition to images, you might consider using iconic web fonts (like Webdings, but better), for example: pictos.cc (demo at css-tricks.com/examples/IconFont ) – Matt Feb 8 '12 at 14:11
Had to end up drawing my own set in GIMP. Kind of surprised this got closed, as this is a simple, answerable question. – Brad Koch Feb 8 '12 at 18:31
Here's what I came up with, use them if you like: s1251.photobucket.com/albums/hh544/kochb – Brad Koch Feb 8 '12 at 18:42

You could just use these Unicode characters:

See, no images needed!

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I love Unicode characters -- just be aware that IE7 and maybe even IE8 won't render them (at least, properly) -- and Windows in general has some issues displaying a lot of Unicode characters (I'm on a Mac so I can't tell from here with those you've suggested). So this is a great solution; just do some testing. – Matt Feb 8 '12 at 14:09

Try this search engine query, there are hundreds of design sites out there that offer this stuff. Generally google 'free vector [type of graphic]' and you'll find what you're looking for, be it vector or raster.

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