Button Block: Settings Overview

Updated on March 5, 2024 by Editorial Team

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Button is an important element to increase user engagement on a website. The buttons can be used as a call to action button and you can send users wherever you want.

With the Button block from The Plus Blocks for Gutenberg, you can easily add buttons to your WordPress website.

Required Setup

  • Make sure the default WordPress Block editor is active. 
  • You need to have The Plus Blocks for Gutenberg plugin installed and activated.
  • Make sure the Button block is activated, to verify this visit Plus Settings → and Search for Button and activate. 

How to Activate the Button Block?

Go to 

  • The Plus Settings Plus blocks 
  • Search the block name and turn on the toggle then click Save.
Button Active

Key Features

  • Add icon/image – You can easily add an icon or image to the button.

How to Use the Button Block?

Add the Button block to the page, then in the Title section under the Content tab, you can add the button text. 

But if you are using the PRO version of The Plus Blocks for Gutenberg, you can add dynamic content by clicking on the cylindrical icon at the end of the field.

Button Content

From the Link field, you can add a custom link to the heading. Similar to the title section, you can add a link dynamically by clicking on the cylindrical icon.

You can align the button for different devices from the Alignment section.

Then, from the Icon Type field, you can add an icon or image to the button. 

How to Style the Button Block?

To style the Button block, you’ll find all the options under the Style tab.

Button – From here, you can manage the button typography, text color, background color, border, padding, image or icon size and more.

Button Style

Advanced – From here, you can customize the block further. 

  • HTML anchor – Here, you can add an anchor name to link directly to the block within the page.
  • Additional CSS class(es) – Here, you can add a custom CSS class to finetune the style by using your own custom CSS.

Advanced options remain common for all our blocks, you can explore all it options from here.

View Advanced tab tutorial.

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