Many users like to use the Simple Social Icons plugin with their Genesis Framework based child themes. Authored by Nathan Rice, Brian Gardner and the Studio Press team, it works very well with Genesis. After all, they are the framework's authors. And in keeping with the Genesis philosophy for making everything fairly simple to modify if you know how, the Simple Social Icons plugin makes use of filters to allow a developer to easily modify its content and display. A common request these days is to add the Snapchat icon to Simple Social Icons. This article shows you how to do that.
First, we need to add Snapchat to the plugin's profile and glyphs definitions. Add this to your child theme's functions.php:
Unfortunately the font icon set included with Simple Social Icons does not include the Snapchat ghost. For the purpose of this article, I've used FontAwesome for the glpyh. If you have a different preference, you can use any icon font you'd like, but you're on your own for figuring out the code. I've found that one of the best ways to include FontAwesome on your site is to install the Better Font Awesome plugin.
Finally, add this to you child theme's style.css:
This code was tested in my local environment with the Executive Pro theme.