Need A CSS Button On Your Website?


Step 1: Change Theme To Default

Step 2: Go To Appearance – Menus

Step 3: Screen Options

Step 4: Select CSS

Step 5: Type in “Menu – Button”

Step 6: Add CSS To Website

Step 7: Copy CSS Code

Step 8: Go Back To Appearance – Customize

Step 9: Expand CSS

Step 10: Paste Code

/* Give the link some padding and some color */

.fl-page-nav .navbar-nav > {

  padding: 10px;


.fl-page-nav .navbar-nav > > a {

  padding: 5px 18px !important;

  color: #ffffff !important;

  border-radius: 5px;

  background-color: #0f637d;


/* Adjust the position for the fixed navigation menu */

.fl-page-header-fixed .fl-page-nav .navbar-nav > > a {

  position: relative;

  bottom: 6px;


/* Give the button a hover & active state */

.fl-page-nav .navbar-nav > > a:active,

.fl-page-nav .navbar-nav > > a:hover {

  color: #ffffff !important;

  background-color: #196f8c;


Step 11: Where it says background color in the code you can change it by adding the desired color.

Step 12: The button will be added to the top menu on your website.

You can call the button whatever you like for it serves as a call to action button, and has the ability to create more conversions. Once this is completed you can change back to you regular theme.

Best Wishes, Coy

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