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Bootstrap Icons - Messing up Site


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Hello,

I'm using some bootstrap code in a universal sidebar to arrange my header just how I want it. I'm trying to add the phone icon and number below the login area. I can easily add the phone number, but once I add the html for the icon everything on the page gets messed up. The page currently only has the phone number since it becomes illegible with the use of the icon.

Anyone else had this issue? Seems like a weird tiny thing to have such a drastic effect. Thanks in advance.

http://www.discovery...rcing.com/test/

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Hi there, can you paste in the code you're apply to the sidebar so we can take a look.

Are you wrapping the shortcodes in PL_raw tags?

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Hi, I am currently having a problem with the bootstrap icons, so I though I would paste it here. (Latest version of page lines). I am trying to show the "right arrow" on a button, I am finding that its not showing very cleanly, it looks like there are two images being layered which are offset slightly. The "pagelines" icon looks ok though???

see https://portal.ipmxlabs.com/button-test Is there a problem with the font pagelines is using?

using the following code, (Have tried short codes as well)


<button class="btn btn-success" type="button">Monitor&nbsp;<i class="icon-pagelines icon-white"></i></button>

<button class="btn btn-success" type="button">Monitor&nbsp;<i class="icon-arrow-right"></i></button>

<button class="btn btn-success" type="button">Monitor&nbsp;<i class="icon-arrow-right icon-white"></i></button>

Best regards

steve

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Hi there, did you manage to get this working by removing the bootstrap icons? Let us if you require further help.

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@Steve - The new Font Awesome icons color is based on the font color, therefore there is no need to use icon-white from what I can see. View the code below as an example, it changes the color of the PageLines leaf to blue but doesn't touch the Monitor text, which remains white.

<button class="btn btn-success" type="button">Monitor&nbsp;<i class="icon-pagelines" style="color:blue"></i></button>[/CODE]

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Hi Danny,

If I just change the icon to "icon-arrow-right" in your example it messes up, do you see the same

steve

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Hi Danny,

Sorted it, I needed to deactivate the "bootstrap Icons" plugin, as its now included with pagelines.

Looks like it dosn't work in IE9 though?

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Steve

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Posted · Report post

What are you seeing in IE, can you take a screenshot please.

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Hi Danny,

This is what I am seeing in IE9

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steve

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Hi there, can you paste in the code you're apply to the sidebar so we can take a look.

Are you wrapping the shortcodes in PL_raw tags?

This post has been hijacked! I was not using the PL_raw tags but I also have the bootstrap plugin installed. Maybe if I just uninstall that?

Thanks

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