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Help with: Adding Pages - Adding Iconography
Ok so I have coded my CSS to look exactly like in the video, except without a Twitter link, since I don't have one. I used an example email for right now as well. Now, when I go look at my webpage, it puts the email icon below the phone, but instead of the email address being next to the icon, it puts it below. It also puts it in gray instead of green. See photo. What am I missing here?
Eric have you tried it with the four values? Give it a try and let me know how it works out.
That did it! Thanks so much guys! it definitely helps to have another pair of eyes look over your code, it's easy to miss something when you are the one that typed it. Especially because I have no prior experience, and this whole thing is very new to me. Still getting used to the order that syntax needs to be in.