How to Balance the Primary & Secondary Buttons in Your Divi Fullwidth Header Module

The Divi Fullwidth Header module makes it easy to add beautiful hero sections to your website. The module comes with two buttons, a title text, subtitle text, body text, a logo, and an image, making the customization options endless.

In today’s post, we’re going to demonstrate how to re-create hero sections using the Divi Fullwidth Header. We’ll start our design by using 3 premade layout packs and design our sections with a focus on balancing the primary and secondary buttons. We want the primary button to stand out, as it’s our main call to action while keeping the secondary button visible and accessible without overtaking the primary button.

Design Principles of Primary and Secondary Buttons

Primary buttons and secondary buttons help guide your website visitors towards certain actions. Primary buttons are typically the most common or desired action and secondary buttons are a less common action. This helps guide visitors to where they want to go.

To accomplish this, primary buttons should stand out visually and secondary buttons should not stand out as much. That means primary buttons should be more distinctive and have more visual weight so that it attracts more attention.

Now that we have an understanding of how primary and secondary buttons work, let’s get to the tutorial!

Design Preview

Here’s a look at the three fullwidth headers we will be designing today.

UX Fullwidth Header

Divi Retirement Center Fullwidth Header

Financial Planning Fullwidth Header

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To import the header template to your Divi Library, do the following:

Once done, the section layout will be available in the Divi Builder.

Let’s get to the tutorial, shall we?

What You Need to Get Started

To get started, you will need to do the following:

Ux Fullwidth Header Design Steps

Now that we have our page set up, let’s start with the fullwidth header for a UX landing page.

Setting Up Our Page

Before we can begin styling, we’ll need to load the free UX premade layout pack from the Divi Library. When you enable the Visual Builder you’ll see three options pop-up, select Choose A Premade Layout.

Load Layout Pack

To do load the UX layout pack onto your page:

We’ll be recreating the top section of the layout as a fullwidth header module.

Delete First Section

Since we are going to recreate the first section using the Fullwidth Header module instead, we’ll need to delete this section. Hover over the section and click the trash icon.

Add Fullwidth Section

Before we can add the fullwidth header, we need to add a fullwidth section.

Click the “+” arrow to bring up the Divi sections and then click “fullwidth”. This will automatically bring up the Divi Fullwidth Module library.

Add Fullwidth Header

Inside the Divi Fullwidth Module Library, click “Fullwidth Header”.

Adding  Content

Before we begin styling the module, let’s add the content needed for this module.

Add Text Content

Underneath the Text tab, add the following content:

Add Images

Now that we have our text content in place, we need to add two images to our design.

Change Background Color

In the Background tab, configure this setting:

Styling The Fullwidth Header

Now that we have our content set up, let’s add some styling to it via the Design tab.

Scroll Down Icon

Let’s add the scroll down icon, the downward arrow.

Let’s add curves to our images by rounding the corners.

In the image tab, configure the following settings:

Title Text

Here let’s style the title text for this module. In the Title Text tab, configure these settings:

Body Text

This is where we style the body text of this module. In the Body Text tab, configure these settings:

Subtitle Text

This is where we style the subtitle text for this module. In the Subtitle Text tab, configure these settings:

Button One

This is where we can set custom styles for button one, the primary button. In the Button One tab, configure these settings:

Button Two

Now let’s style the secondary button, the second button. In the Button Two tab, configure these settings:

Add Button Links

Don’t forget to add links to your buttons! In the Link tab, configure the following settings:

Save Your Design

Now that we have our fully designed Fullwidth Header, make sure to save your design!

Have Fun Experimenting

The ways to style the Divi Fullwidth Header module are endless. Taking advantage of the primary button and secondary button can help direct your visitors to the page you want them to view or take the action (like submit an inquiry) you want them to take.

Let’s take a look at two other Fullwidth Header examples that have a primary button that stands out.

Divi Retirement Center Fullwidth Header

Button Styles

Let’s look at the unique styles for the primary and secondary buttons.

Button One

In the Button One Tab, configure the following settings:

Button Two

In the Button Two Tab, configure the following settings:

And there you have it! Two unique buttons, one that stands out, and one that takes the second seat.

Financial Planning Fullwidth Header

Let’s look at the unique styles for the primary and secondary buttons.

Button One

In the Button One Tab, configure the following settings:

Button Two

In the Button Two Tab, configure the following settings:

Final Thoughts

The Divi Fullwidth Header makes it easy to create stunning hero sections on your website. Making strategic use of the primary and secondary buttons will improve your user experience and help website visitors take the actions they want to take. The customization options are endless with the Fullwidth Header so have fun experimenting!

This content was originally published here.

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