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Both icons already share the “ ico ” class, you don't
need to load the ico.png twice or add any properties
that disables the content.
It's already there:
a.ico-twitter {
height:16px; /* height of social icons */
width:16px; /* width of social icons */
a.ico-facebook {
background-position:0 0;
/* position of Facebook in ico.png */
a.ico-twitter {
background-position:-16px 0; /* position of Twitter in ico.png */
The icons already have the same width and height,
so they're grouped together: a.ico-facebook, a.ico-twitter
and then called individually to include position of
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