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Did you actually read the source? Assuming you want to replace the icon-cog:

<div class="icon-cog box-icon"></div>

Replace the contents of the div with an img tag:

<div class="box-icon">
    <img width="60" height="60" src="http://i.imgur.com/vPkeDtI.png"/>
</div>

Results in beautiful images whever you like.

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Thanks a lot
Good example.
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I had to mark as unsolved because of the alignment issue that persists.

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It's unresolved because you're a chump. I'm not here to do your work, resize your images or craft your stylesheets.

You asked a question, I answered it; I subsequently ignored the request for further help via PM. Your posting history is fun of similar tactics. Maybe you should rethink your career.

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To me it looks solved. The topic you raised looks done. Now if you have a new issue, that's a new issue and you start a new thread.

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pty, I already resized didn't make much difference as I still can't add more content without affecting the other column. rproffitt I didn't want to create another thread considering the fact that the alignment problem is directly related to the image icon issue I created this thread to address.

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@newbi11. I re-read your top post and I see no mention of alignment. Therefore you are adding on issues that are not in your topic and top post. That's a new issue and should be on its own.

Alignment issues on web pages are rather well done. So you have that going for you.

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Plus, the CSS is totally different between the first and second fiddles. Posting examples with minimised code is a bad idea, it's clearly broken because while it looks like Bootstrap 2 the fonts aren't applied in the preview window. Total failure.

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