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    Hi guys,

    Here’s a fun one for you. I’ve checked back in the support archives and found a method to create inline buttons.

    I applied this method and it has worked great. Only thing is, I would like these buttons to be centred within a Layout Section that is also centred on the page.

    The buttons are currently aligned ‘left’. Is there any way to align center?

    Many thanks in advance.



    Hey mikegrace78!

    Try a custom CSS method and add the following CSS into it

    .centerbutton { margin: 0 auto; }

    let me knwo if that is what you need to do.

    Best regards,


    Hi Basilis,

    I apologize, I’m not too sure what a custom CSS method entails. I did add your snippet to quickcss and it didn’t change anything.
    Sorry, any further elaboration on the method would be awesome.



    Also added this snippet to the custom.css and it didn’t change anything.



    May we have temporary admin access to your website so we can take a closer look?



    For sure.



    Your inline button menu has been centered with the below css:

    #top .avia-button.avia-color-light {
        right: -55px !important;

    This is a work around so if any buttons are added or removed, the right value will need to be adjusted.




    Thanks for checking into that!! Great service. Just curious – can you have a look at this page:

    and see what’s up with the dark transparent coloured button?

    I was planning to color the current page button as dark transparent to denote that the user was on that page.



    I applied the a similiar css class to the dark transparent buttons as well:

    #top .avia-button.avia-color-dark {
        right: -54px !important;



    Dake – many thanks for your fast responses and helpful service!!



    You’re welcome, glad we could help :)

    Please let us know if you ever need any help in the future.

    Best regards,

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