Working on a current site required me to enter icons before the widget title in a sidebar.
I knew that WordPress wouldn’t allow such detail, and I didn’t want to have to find another plugin to do what I thought would be a menial task… so by resorting to jQuery it ended up being quite easy to do.
The result was to try to achieve something like this:
And the way I was able to get this to operate was by using this code:
It assumes within the
text/html widget you have already defined the icon element in the body of the widget.
Title: My Widget Title Body: <span class="icon-phone"></span> Remainder of your content to go here.
The CSS of the above would be:
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