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  • Make a button using your creativity. Make a button element first.
  • Make a button that is attractive. It's now time to give your button some personality.
  • Hover state is styled. The third step is to style the hover state so that the user receives visual feedback when the status of the button changes.

TL;DR – CSS buttons are HTML buttons that have been customised to match the look of a website. When buttons change states, you can alter the colours, text sizes, padding, and even the stylistic characteristics.

Using the WordPress CSS Editor is the simplest way to do this. To access it, go to Appearance » Customize and pick Additional CSS from the drop-down menu. You can put in your new CSS after you've entered the Additional CSS section, then click the Save & Publish button to finish.

Text, ghost, raised, toggle, and floating action buttons are the most common sorts of UX buttons.

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