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When you design for digital, you don't need to use DPI. You only prepare the file in its 'natural' size, and in double that size for retina screens. So your output icon would be 250x250 for web, and 500x500 for iPhone. You can do with only the high res one, resizing it. But when you work for web it's important to keep a small file size (mobile networks ...
Your problem is that you are not designing a pixe perfect icon and your are not uploading it in the exact size. The easy solution is just to upload an svg, and there are 2 options for that: Upload and .svg icon Converting the icon into a font, which is basically the same as uploading an svg to the website. (You actually upload an svg to the icons fonts) ...
Try converting your icon into a font that should fix the blurry problem. Check this link: http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2013/04/how-to-turn-your-icons-into-a-web-font/ Then you can modify the size with CSS. Hope it works.
You can try a checkbox with a v Or some sort of search recults, like something inside the magnifying glass
Start with your icon For the example I copied the circle becuase I wanted the shadow to fit inside the circle. I placed the transparent triangle on top of that circle. Open your transparency window. Select both objects and click create mask. I also check "clip" & "invert mask" result
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