Genesis Theme Settings: Navbar: RSS/Twitter/Search

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    In the Genesis Theme Settings you can choose to add Twitter, RSS or a Search Box to the right side of the main navigation bar. I can see where the HTML shows up when I look at the source code for the pages, and I can see the CSS for this. I can add custom CSS in the Dynamik Website Builder, but changing the CSS is not the whole solution. I have no idea how to affect the HTML since it’s all database driven. I would like to have a LinkedIn image/link in place of the Twitter image/link.

    Does anyone know if this can be done?

    Thank you for any help you can give me as this was a request from my client.

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by  ablewebs.
    • This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by  ablewebs.


    Just change the background image specified at dynamic-min css line 2:

    .genesis-nav-menu li.twitter a {
    background: url(default-images/twitter-nav.png) no-repeat center left;
    padding: 0 0 0 20px;

    I suggest you use Firebox (Firefox) or Developer for Chrome – You can right-click and inspect elements of the page.

    As far as the linking itself goes, I am not familiar with Dynamik web builder :(



    Yes, that works to change the icon, but when you have “Dynamik Website Builder” installed, there are fields to fill out in “Genesis > Theme Settings” for a Twitter account, RSS feed, etc. However, for Twitter, all you do is add your username. That means I can’t replace the full Twitter URL/username with the client’s LinkedIn one. There are no fields for LinkedIn or Google+, etc. Currently I just picked another option which was to insert today’s date.

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