As from the admin panel to insert regular images, and font images from the font-awesome in wordpess?

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Wordpess is it possible to dynamically insert images that I've marked on the screenshot in the example below you can change it from admin panel? How to do it correctly?

P. S. the Three dots in the menu and pictures social networking is the font-image font-awesome5cf9fd8390879361567501.png
March 23rd 20 at 19:28
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March 23rd 20 at 19:30
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Wordpess is it possible to dynamically insert images that I've marked on the screenshot in the example below you can change it from admin panel? How to do it correctly?

Easily! This is called custom fields. for example, the ACF plugin or framework Carbon Fields
1) install ACF
2) create fields and specify where to output. As they should be displayed on the website, I recommend to look towards acf options
3) get the fields in the template
4) add pictures and text
Ready
Thank you for looking plugin ACF, I began to understand and even already seems to be uploaded a logo but there arose a question of the correctness of what I'm doing:
It turns out under each picture is given a separate "write", right?
That is, I created the entry uploaded using the plugin ACF in this record a picture of the documentation has copied the code to insert the image. And it worked, BUT the question is a little more to make me a new picture to upload, I also need to create a new record, and to do the same manipulation?
I'm just new to WP and for me a bit strange all this, that is to create a separate "record" for each picture. So I doubt, whether correctly I do? - Alden.Deck commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:33
It turns out under each picture is given a separate "write", right?

no, why?
So I recommend to use acf_option. When you use it, you add fields as follows
<?php the_field('my_field','option'); ?>
When you simply create a custom field, you need to attach them to a specific page or record. And then to display the values of these fields on other entries/ pages, as the second argument, pass in the ID of the page to which the custom field was created
For example,
<?php the_field('my_field',123); ?> - myles40 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:36
@myles40, thank you very much for the explanation - Alden.Deck commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:39
March 23rd 20 at 19:32
Insert the HTML code. Or download the svg and insert.
And then from the admin panel to change the pictures? - Alden.Deck commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:35

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