I LOVE the button feature. However, every time I use it, the phrase that I have linked to another page, brakes.
For Example, I created a button for “Certification” and I’ve linked to another page I’ve made that discusses certification in detail. I’ve linked the word to the page and it works beautifully. And then when I add the button, it disables the link.
Why? And whats the point of a button if it doesn’t work?
Does anyone know how to fix it?
The button IS a link, so you cannot add a button over a link.
Just write your text as you want it to appear inside the button, select it and add a button over it. Then paste the link in the “url” attribute, like:
[mantra-button-light url=”http://www.google.com/” target=”_blank”]This button links to Google[/mantra-button-light]
Thanks so much theZedt!
But what if I’m linking to a page within the site? How would I do that?
To be more explicit, the “button” function does not work like the built-in link function. There’s no automatic way to choose or type in the link.
After you click the “button” button 🙂 you need to manually type in the URL to (whatever) page you want that button to link to, as the url= parameter of the shortcode.
As in the example I gave you before,
[mantra-button-light url=”http://www.yourwebsitehere.com/some-page-on-your-website/” target=”_blank”]Link to a page[/mantra-button-light]
To get the URL and paste it in the url= parameter, you navigate to the page you want to link to (or see it in the Pages list) and copy its URL/link.
You can change target=”_blank” to target=”_self” to make the button open the link in the same page.
The ‘light’ and ‘dark’ buttons have predefined colours.
The ‘colour’ button has a definable background colour.
These are detailed in the theme shortcodes demo page.
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