Best Answer Rob , 21 March 2012 - 02:00 AM
To answer your query about adding an image into a custom menu link, the answer is quite simple, and I've done this many times. You craft your image link outside the menu, like a Notepad. Creating something like
<img src="http://www.YOURSITE.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/YOURIMAG.png" border="0" valign="middle" height="12" width="10">Make sure you uploaded the image first, of course. See this in action at http://www.epicurus.com/dining
Under Custom Links, add # where the URL should go, then, copy the entire image URL from the Notepad and add it to the Label field. Save it. Then, slide that menu item up to where you want it placed. Repeat and add this in front of each parent level menu item and one at the end.
You can also do it by following the basic guidance here: http://www.pagelines...-customizations
You put a CSS class... a unique term, in the CSS field. Something like 'jkmenu' (without the single quotes) goes in there, and then later when you're preparing any custom CSS to apply specifically to that class, it will only apply to the items with that class.
If the font is uploaded and is found in your Typography section, you may certainly apply it to the code I provided. What you cannot add are fonts found on your own computer that don't match ones in your Typography section. Why? Because they won't necessarily be found on the visitor's computer. If the font loader plugin gets those fonts into the Typography section, great! If not, I'd not recommend using those fonts.
If you're using PageLines Framework, our Google Fonts plugin just became free on St. Patrick's Day. You might want to use that and add a font found there. I believe there are hundreds of new fonts. Go to the full post