Need help with image on website

Hi, I am creating a responsive website from a template(I will inform the client that it is a template, not 100% original, btw). I have it here as a test site:

codedivasites.com/zaragoza/

You see the orange icons of a wrench, leaf, pencil? I would like to exchange those with other images. I see that I go to bootstrap.css and they are apparently here:

scripts/bootstrap/img/glyphicons-halflings.png

That's all I can find out. If I open that, it is an image with a lot of tiny icons. I hope someone can help me with this. Thanks.
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GaryCommented:
It's called a sprite - one image with all the images you need on the site in it, it speeds website loading by only loading one image instead of lots of images.
You could just alter that image and replace the images with the ones you want.
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mel200Author Commented:
OK, thanks- what I still don't understand is, they are so small. How does such a small icon become the larger image?
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HagayMandelCommented:
These images are not taken from the sprite! They are characters that belong to the specific font FontAwesome, and inserted as content pseudo element:
For example for the leaf symbol, you have the following (taken from font-awesome.min.css line #34):
.icon-leaf:before {
content: "\f06c";
}

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mel200Author Commented:
Cool. I guess I will look over fontawesome and see if I can find the type of icons I want... or just replace it with icons I want to use.
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mel200Author Commented:
That was the answer, thanks very much!
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