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Hello. There arent tutorial about the menu composition. There is only the suggestion on how add an icon from fonts Awesome by inserting a CLASS link about the icon. If I want to insert another icon or a little image there isn't a suggestion. If I add a little image, by the right J4 section of menu editing, the SUB-menu is very ugly. I would like to manage it by a class, for example to set the image on the right after the SUB-menu name or, the name after the image inserted. If I insert a 64px PNG the SUB-menu is not well composited. Where and what I can do to insert an icon before or after the menu submenu name? Thanks.
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I am not sure if I understand you correctly. As you appear now have your Font Awesome icons displaying within your menu, would it be correct to say that you have been able to resolve this issue?

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