Help Styling a "Follow Buttons" Section

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    Justin Romack
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    I’m working to customize the Corporate theme to build a website for a drummer and percussionist. The point is to keep it simple – so I wanted to stick some “follow” icons in the primary navigation extras area using this code from Bill Erickson:

    http://www.billerickson.net/genesis-wordpress-nav-menu-content/

    The site I’m using it on is at:

    http://www.justinpohlmann.com/

    As you’ll see, the icons aren’t exactly where I want them, and I’m just not sure how I need to “style” it. Any help or suggestions – appreciation in advance! :)

    #2755

    sahdow
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    Have you tried adding a float left to the images?

    something like ( I didn’t test):

    # nav li img {
    float: left;
    margin-right: 10px;
    }

    Also check the rss and twitter classes in your style sheet and you can use the #follow id associated with the list item the foloow information is in.

     

     

    #2769

    Justin Romack
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    Okay – so we’re getting a little closer with that thought…

    I did some rearranging with the actual content of the section, too, so this looks a lot closer to where I want it – *BUT*, the icons now appear vertically.

    Suggestions? So. Stinkin’. Close. :) Thanks so much for the advice!

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