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In this video, I show you how to use inspect to identify Divi's button class id and then to use that button class id to add a button to a module inside its text field. Afterwards, I demonstrate a quick way to center the button and add a custom color to it.
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@Divi Dude There was one thing I noticed when I created the button. The mouse on hover changed from Arrow to cursor around the text area. On the side /edge of button the arrow remains. Is this some CSS styling trick that needs to be added to fix.
Great tutorial. The problem I'm having is that I create a button, I copy the code in Inspect, paste it into the text module, save it, and then delete the original button, and all of the styling goes away on the button in the text field. It seems like the button in the text field is dependent on the actual button still existing. Does that make sense?
The workaround I used for this was to make a custom CSS class for the "fake" one or extra button if you will. I called it .hideButt, and then I put display none in the CSS for that class to remove it. See my example; https://i.imgur.com/sPIKke7.png
To stop the Button styling (fonts & colours) from getting deleted – just follow the video tutorial EXCEPT THAT you Do Not delete the Button Module in the back end of Divi.
It's as simple as that.
You can make your button customisations in the Button Module and the style will be seen on the font end whilst also appearing inside the module you choose, as long as the Button Module isn't deleted from the back end.
Hi, I am having the exact same issue! Did you manage to make another video to explain? In the mean time i think I have got around it by just leaving the button at the bottom of the page but without a url link or a title, so it doesn't appear on the page but still impacts on the other buttons. Hopefully that wont cause too many problems while I try and understand the explanation given to Debbie below!
DiviDude! Thank you so much for this! I had a little problem, though - when I deleted the original button from the page, the button I pasted in the text module's appearance changed. When I put it back on the page it goes back to the original appearance. Any way around this?
Hi Debbie. Sleep will wait. The tutorial I made was just for the basics and it didn't dawn on me someone might customize the button with the advanced settings tab. That's what you did, right? In that case, you need to add the custom CSS that you added. When you right click on the button module button (where you made the custom settings) and Inspect, look in the Styles panel. You will see code under the .et_pb_button or .et_pb_button_X that has a border-radius. You need to cut and paste that code into your custom stylesheet or Theme Option panel (wherever your custom CSS resides). It will look something like this:
Of course, the numbers and attributes will be different depending on your settings. If each button needs to have different settings, then make sure the _0 part of the button is its own number. You change it in the text module where you pasted the button code, and then add it to the custom CSS styles. I know this is a little confusing.
If this doesn't help, then go to http://www.dividude.com and shoot me an email and I'll try and help and then post the solution here in case someone else has an issue.
Hi Debbie. I'm sorry, I'm not following. Maybe it's too late for me and my brain isn't working. Are you saying you followed my steps, and when you deleted the button module it changed the appearance of the button you pasted in the text module? (I'm not sure what the page you are referring to is). Can you restate the issue and maybe I can make better sense of it after a good night's sleep? Thanks.
Hey! Thanks for your tutorial, but I need some more help :/
I'm using the Divi 3.0 Page Builder and would like to position my buttons so I can move them inside the element.. do you know how do to that? So I have 2 Buttons which should be more together .. but theres no custom distance I can put in numbers..
Thanks for the feedback. I'm not sure if this is exactly what you're asking, but have you tried adjusting the margin in the custom CSS panel of the button module? Say you have two buttons side by side, then in the left hand button module go to the Custom CSS panel and in the Main Element section put something like margin-right:-50px; (adjust to your liking). Also be sure to adjust the alignment of the buttons (left, center, right). Sorry, if I misunderstood your question.
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