A button is a website element that, when clicked on, can direct your visitors to important releases, stand-out articles, or contact information.

With the ‘Button’ feature, you can redirect your visitors to a specific page on your website, a track, or an album.

If you choose to add an external link, you can forward your fans to a social media site, a new music video, or a press article. With the email address option, you can add an email address and the button will redirect visitors to their email to send a direct message.

The button feature includes robust display options, so you can make it stand out!

How to add a button to your site

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Pages’ and open the page on which you’ll be working
  2. Click ‘Add feature’
  3. Select the ‘Button’ feature
  4. Use the placement arrows on that page to set the button location
  5. In the ‘Button’ feature, select your ‘Button’ options
    • Button text
      • Add text that will appear inside your button
    • Link type (external page, one of my pages, a file, track, or an email address)
      • External page: add a direct url to an external website
      • One of my pages: choose your own page to redirect to from the dropdown
      • A file: select a file to be downloaded when your button is clicked
      • Track: choose a track from your dropdown
      • An email address: add an email address to contact
      • A page PDF file: choose one of your pages to be downloaded as a PDF
    • Open in new window (toggle on for ‘yes’)
    • Display options
      • Width (fit to button text, fit to column)
      • Alignment (left justified, centered, right justified)
      • Size (small, medium, large, extra large)
      • Top and bottom spacing (small, medium, large, extra large, custom)
  6. Click ‘Save’

Note: The button will reflect your selected styles in your Edit Theme control panel. To learn more about adjusting your theme, check out our template customization guides or our design overview.