I am a new comer to WordPress and I am editing a website for any friend. I am attempting to give a Feed towards the site and so i edited the header.php file (this is where it is going).

I additionally edited the CSS after which I submitted it with FileZilla. I rejuvenated the page also it looks exactly the same.

Here's the HTML: (LinkedIn was there before and delay pills work fine)

<a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/millermusicllc" target="_blank">
    <div id="linked_in"></div>
</a>

<a href="http://www.millermusiclessons.com/home-page/feed/" target="_blank">
    <div id="rss"></div>
</a>

Here's the CSS: (Twitter was there before and delay pills work fine)

#twitter{background:url("images/u_tube.png") no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;float:right;height:35px;width:35px;margin:21px 10px 0 0;}
#rss{background:url("images/feed.gif") no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;float:right;height:35px;width:35px;margin:21px 10px 0 0;}

After I visit the page though and examine the origin, my HTML is not there. I've no clue why. Any advice?

The URL is http://www.millermusiclessons.com/

Thanks

The #twitter ID doesn't appear to become implemented? I would suggest putting the look into the code by doing

<a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/millermusicllc" target="_blank">
<div id="linked_in"><img src="images/u_tube.png" /></div>
</a>

<a href="http://www.millermusiclessons.com/home-page/feed/" target="_blank">
    <div id="rss"><div id="linked_in"><img src="images/feed.gif" /></div>
</a>

You'd should also alter the css styling to get the backdrop-image section. Wordpress comes with an built-in editor that I suggest you use. I guarantees the file really did update which it had been the best file. Also make certain the pictures have been in the best place. For instance, in case your css files have been in a folder known as css for instance css/style.css, your image path would need to be relative therefore the section

#twitter{background:url("../images/u_tube.png") no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;float:right;height:35px;width:35px;margin:21px 10px 0 0;}
#rss{background:url("../images/feed.gif") no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;float:right;height:35px;width:35px;margin:21px 10px 0 0;}

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