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I am looking to style the Continue Reading Button with the PHP you provided in an earlier ticket here:
I put the PHP code into my site, however I do not get my Icon back, I just get back Read More >>
I have attached a screenshot of the code in place on my site along with the output.
Interested to know what I may be doing wrong? - I am very new to PHP so a bit apprehensive on this.
The Images: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0i4JJXa2jdQN2xoakZNRUdmaU0
Let me know if you need any more information from me.
Should be a simple answer but not sure why its not doing this. I have a child theme installed on pagelines 5 that has a hook so it will write over the theme css. Strange is that when I am on the frontend the code works but in the dashboard your theme takes over my code and its no where to be found. See examples attachments
I have an icon font that I have purchased from Fontastic and I was wondering if I can install this in DMS? I am able to generate the icon font in Fontastic and can set character mapping. Each icon has it's own class (e.g. icon-edit-comment).
Is there a tutorial that I can follow on how to do this? I tried the approach in adding a [CHILD THEME] folder with a fonts folder inside but I was unable to get anything to work.
Any help / advice would be great.
I installed Multimenu today for the first time and am excited to get everything working.
Once I installed it and tested the menu, I couldn't figure out how to close it once I opened the menu via the hamburger icon. I went onto the demo site and saw that I had a close icon missing for some reason.
I've attached a picture of the issue.
The site can be found at: beta.surgilum.com
I'm looking into adding my own icons into a website and the following things are very important to me:
1) Being able to specify size, color, hover, active states using CSS
2) Easily be able to update and change icons quickly
I'm not sure what is the best way to create icons for a website? I have came across two companies that I'll be researching today 'fontastic' and 'icomoon' which seem good.
Does anyone have any recommendations or advice for me please?