If you're that picky crafter who wants every single element on your site look exactly the way you prefer and now wondering how to edit the Buttons to match your taste, you'll apparently find this article helpful.

First things first!

Settings - Start editing the Button Element by simply clicking on it and choosing the desired option from the ‘Settings’. You'll notice a new window appear with a list of button settings ready to be changed.

Style - Change the font of your Button's text, click on the Fonts and play around with the pointers to change the font Size, Weight or Letter Spacing, you can also customize the Button Borders and Size including Height, Width and Padding using the pointers.

Pay attention to the lock, if it's closed, then all corners will be changed in the same way. As long as the lock is open, you can change every button corner and side separately.

Color - Change the Color of the button and its text by just clicking on ‘Colors’ and choosing the shade you need. You can change the color of the Background, Border and Text as well, choose a necessary field and move the pointers.

Type a text for your Button, then pick the desired button from the ones you've created from Edit Button' section.

Link - Click on the edit Link icon and decide where you want your visitors to be redirected to an Internal, External or an Anchor page, add the link or select an inner page, enable the switcher below if you want the page to open in a New Tab.

Alignment - To change the alignment settings of the Button, click on the ‘Alignment’ icon you’ll have three options available: top, center, bottom, just choose the one, you prefer.

Visibility Settings - It enables making a certain Element/Block appear on Desktop, Mobile only, or everywhere by default. Simply hit Visibility Settings and choose the desired option from the dropdown menu to get full control over the Visibility of the elements on your page.

Next comes Location visibility. Include or exclude specific cities or countries or set the appropriate Custom IP.

Mind the Session visibility as well. The latter one, allows to make certain elements visible only to the logged in users of your website. This can come in handy if you want to hide some content from users until they sign up to your website.

Trash Icon - If you don't need the Element anymore, Click on the ‘Trash’ icon to remove it from your page.

You can also check out the UI Kit section for more insight on how to create powerful CTAs.

Have questions on Elements? We recommend checking out these Articles for a bigger view at SpringBuilder!

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