Support » Plugin: Standout CSS3 Buttons » Custom css buttons

  • Resolved Sumukha



    first thanks for this great plugin!

    I am just wondering how to create my update-proof custom button ‘mybutton”- not clear about the description in the FAQ section:
    “Do not add the “scss3b-button-” prefix. This will be added automatically by the plugin.” – Do not add to where?
    It cannot be in the shortcode, because that reads standout-css3-button, not scss3b-button. So I left it [standout-css3-button cssclass=”button-mybutton” etc
    Both css classes
    also did not give any results.
    What am I missing?
    Would you give an example for the correct short code and the css class?


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  • Ok. Found it. Relates to the custom css in the admin area.

    Still, when I use the custom css function, all buttons on one page – no matter which style being used – assume that style.

    Is there a way to have an update proof custom style (i.e. not defined in the style sheet)?


    Plugin Author jp2112


    Please see “How do I create my own color schemes?” in the FAQ.

    Ex: I put this into the custom CSS box:

    .scss3b-button-jp { background-color:#FF9900 }

    So I would use this shortcode:

    [standout-css3-button cssclass="jp"]default[/standout-css3-button]

    Sorry but I don’t understand your followup post. I have a mix of custom CSS styling, default styling and built-in styles on my demo page.

    Hi jp,
    when I had several buttons of several styles plus a custom style, the other buttons assumed that style.

    But I figured out how to put a custom css into the style sheet of the theme, so everything is good.


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