Support » Theme: Goran » How to change Call to Action in home page header

  • Resolved jasonmfry

    (@jasonmfry)


    This should be super-simple, but I’ve spent over 20 minutes searching for this and can’t find it. I’m trying to change the link and text of the default call to action in the home page header, which by default is Edit. I want to change it to a Contact Me button. Where do I do this?

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  • fevered

    (@fevered)

    Living Child Theme

    Your link isn’t working

    jasonmfry

    (@jasonmfry)

    That’s just an example, it is literally what is on the template by default. I did not intend for the Edit link to work, I just intended it as an example.

    Hi @jasonmfry,

    The “Edit” link will only be visible to you while you’re logged in as an admin on the site. To add a call to action button, you’ll need to head to the editor for the page and add HTML that looks similar to the following:

    <a class="button" href="http://gorandemo.wordpress.com/">Button</a>

    You can replace “Button” with the text you want to display on the button and “http://gorandemo.wordpress.com” with the URL you want to link it to.

    To replicate the look of the demo site, you’ll also need to assign the Front Page template to the home page.

    To assign a page template: Navigate to the editor for a page and then select from the Template dropdown menu in the Page Attributes module. The Page Attributes module can generally be found to the right hand of the editor. If you can’t see it, select the Screen Options tab in the upper right and then check the option next to Page Attributes to get the module to display.

    Hope that’s helpful! Let me know if you have any further questions.

    jasonmfry

    (@jasonmfry)

    Thanks, that’s exactly what I needed to hear. Either I’m a bit dense, or that should be explained in the theme itself. Thank you again!

    You’re welcome! Do let us know if extra questions come up.

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