I just don't understand why the twitter button is pushed over
@hintcj - it is picking up a margin from somewhere, I think it is the btn-default class, but the others are having it overridden somehow. I was trying to figure this out but thought that you had an answer...
@hintcj - you are defining a .btn-default class, which has a margin 10px on it. For some reason that is getting overridden on the other buttons, but not the first.
@hintcj - the buttons other than the first in the .btn-group-vertical are being treated differently. If you take that btn-default class off of those buttons, it will change the placement. Maybe you need to do something else?
@khaduch I was thinking it was a margin, too. I'm trying to go through the inspector on chrome and see whats affecting it
@hintcj - it is definitely your .btn-default. If you need to provide some separation between the buttons, you could change it to margin-top and margin-bottom so it doesn't have that margin all the way around. The btn-group-vertical is also adding some extra styling like the rounded corners. You can define your own styling to make that grouping.
@khaduch Okay yeah, that's definitely it. I'm going to remove it and then create my own class to get rid of the problem