The Icon Store Tag can be written in two different ways.
Let's say you add an item with an ID of 10 to your Catalog Manager, and this item contains an icon. You have the following choices when creating the Store Tag to display your item's icon.
<!--#ystore_catalog id="10" field="icon" format="html" -->
This is the most straightforward way to display your item's icon using a Store Tag. This Store Tag would display the icon on your web page wherever you inserted it.
Note: Because there are two different ways to use the Icon Store Tag, the Store Tag Wizard will not automatically insert format="html" (as seen above). If you are using the Icon Store Tag, you must add format="html" inside the Store Tag for the image to appear.
If you would like to customize the presentation of your icon (for example, to include an alt tag, border setting, or alignment setting) you could use the following version of the Icon Store Tag.
<!--#ystore_catalog id="10" field="icon" -->
Using this Store Tag generates the icon's URL (that portion of an HTML <img> tag that normally appears in quotes) as indicated in bold text below.
If you use this version of the Icon Store Tag, be sure to place it within an <img> tag or other appropriate HTML tag, as in the example below. Otherwise, your web page may not display properly.
<img src="<!--#ystore_catalog id="10" field="icon" -->" height="X" width="X" alt="your alt text here"-->