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I followed this how-to (https://www.engagewp.com/add-font-awesome-icons-genesis-header-navigation/) and not having any luck. What did I miss?http://www.jblbinsurance.com
Strange...I added the first bit of code to functions.php. The second piece I put in Edit CSS. And in the Menu > CSS Classes, I added fa-search.
I tried adding the code as you mentioned in the menu area > CSS Classes. Still nothing. I noticed after I save it the brackets in the code disappear.
Follow the updated tutorial by the same person instead. Don't add to the CSS Classes, instead add the <i> tag with the classes you need inside the actual menu link anchor text.
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Thank you both! That worked.
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