adding custom social buttos to the Right side of the navigation

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  • #19541

    peterlaz
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    I am using the lifestyle 2 child theme.

    I would like to replace the twitter button on the right side of the navigation with custom Facebook, Twitter and RSS buttons.How can I do it? Please help.

    Thanks

    #19544

    braddalton
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    Link to your site please.

    This tutorial should help http://www.briangardner.com/social-media-icons/

    Or you can drag a custom menu widget into your header right widget area


    #20852

    radiomogul
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    Assume I don’t know much about coding.  In the tutorial it says to create CSS to display the social network icons.

    Where would I do that?
    Is that a new file?  What is it called?
    What directory would it go in?

    #20857

    braddalton
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    Paste the code at the end of your child themes style.css file.

    The code is already provided.

    Backup your file first.


    #20873

    kimber9826
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    How do we get the social icons to be in the center for the height?

    Here is my site: http://kimberly-thomas.com/

    and this is how they should be centered:  http://demo.studiopress.com/luscious/

     

    thanks,

    #20875

    AC
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    Per the developer instructions at the bottom – http://my.studiopress.com/setup/luscious-theme/, you need to add this to the bottom of your style.css sheet:

    #header .widget-area .simple-social-icons {
    margin: 40px 0 0;
    }

    #60674

    stevierayhall
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    How do you get the actual Facebook for example icon in the icon vs solid color?

    Steve

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