generally, I know how to customize a button. Give it a class/ID and apply CSS to it.
However, how can I apply custom CSS to the button which you can insert into a menu inside a header? And how can I customize a button which is inserted via shortcode (eg. in the footer)?
More generally, how can I change the default style of the enfold button?
Thank you for your support. Best regards,
If you want a button in the menu then you can add classes to it under Appearance->Menus. If you want to target a button in the footer then you can use the #footer ID, followed the class you need to target. You should be able to add a class when you use shortcode as well.
see f.e. here some sort of glassy buttons – styled from enfold buttons with light-transparent setting and with custom-classes set.
the classes are set in the button-alb itself (Developer tab)
By the way : on Dashboard – Menu the classes input field for each menu-item are not visible on default.
You can activate to show different things on that page if you open the flyout on top of the menu dialog: “Screen Options”
you can mark the things you like to have – and then each menu-item option can be seen on toggling that littel arrow on the right side of the menu-item
Hi Rikard, Hi Guenni,
sorry for getting back late. Thank you for the hints. I was able to resolve my issues with this.
Thank you and best regards, Peter
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