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CSS adjustment

Thread began 3/09/2011 5:02 pm by biz295654 | Last modified 8/07/2011 12:56 am by Roland Rogers | 1413 views | 4 replies |

biz295654

CSS adjustment

I've been fiddlin' with the css for social media toolkit and just can't quite get there. A screen shot attached. I want to center the icons in a side bar. I'd also love to get the LINKEDin icon to be on the same "row". I was able to get Twitter to center, but it dropped down. What part of the css manages the alignment of the icons?

THanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the css for each button is unique.

this is the sort of thing that Firebug is very helpful for, in firebug, you can select each icon, and see the exact css that is effecting it. you can edit the css in real time to figure out the changes that need to be made before editing the CSS file.

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biz295654

Thank you. I appreciate it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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Roland Rogers

Firebug is a must have for this kind of work!

I also found that using the "!important;" tag after some of the social css rules helped a lot too. I was getting conflicts with my site's existing CSS styles, mainly with borders and margins being off.

My social layout was all off with some icons dropping lower than others. I found that a margin for the "img" tag was set elsewhere in my CSS so I added "margin: 0 !important;" to the .wasocial img { css rule and it fixed it nicely!

Hope this saves someone some time!!

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