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    Hi there,
    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,



    Hey P3T3R_0ne,

    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.

    Best regards,


    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

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by Guenni007.

    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


    Hi Peter,

    Great, I’m glad that you got things working and thanks for the update. I’ll go ahead and close this thread for now then, please open a new thread if you should have any further questions or problems.

    Best regards,

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