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Looking at the source of the page (with , , etc.), I would say that your CSS is not being applied to the page at all.
My guess is that it is a problem with that very css file you are linking to, because there’s no file in your page named
The file has other issues and the media=”all” attribute is not needed, but I’m not sure exactly what it’s doing, since the page you linked to does not seem to have it.
EDIT: Based on the page’s source, you should add the media=”all” attribute to the link:
Your browser’s rendering has likely already come into contact with that particular CSS file, which has added CSS attributes to the individual style tags. I suspect you’ve ended up downloading one of those separate files, which has the additional attribute of media=”all”.
It’s possible you don’t have a single file that contains both your own CSS and the imported CSS file (the “Font Awesome” one), since the two aren’t in any single file.
When a browser encounters a new style attribute, it discards all CSS that’s already been applied to the page (e.g. by the css/ html file you’re editing). It does not try to apply css from other files.
For the rest of this answer, I’m assuming that’s the case.
If so, I’m not sure how you’re adding your own CSS to the page. Since you’re explicitly setting a href value, then the css/ files should have been applied to the page anyway.
If you’re not telling the browser to load your own css/ file, how do you expect it to apply a href value (which appears to be one of the selectors in your CSS file)?
That would appear to be the underlying problem.
There are probably two things going on here:
1) The style tag isn’t really rendering. It’s not even getting added to the page.
2) The browser (i.e. it’s user) has already applied the font-awesome CSS. There’s additional attributes in there that your browser has already applied, i.e.