Save and reuse buttons on your website using Elementor Pro (button templates) | Elementor tutorial

Learn how to create a button template enabling you to save and reuse buttons on your website! Only possible with Elementor Pro version (find the purchase link below). Simply create your button, make a template out of it and create instances of this button wherever you need it on your website.

When you want to change the button styling, you can do it from a single place and these changes will be applied on the entire website where that button was used!

In this video, I am using the Elementor Pro version.

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PURCHASE AND DOWNLOAD ELEMENTOR PRO:

https://trk.elementor.com/cssexpress

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Have fun and thanks for watching!

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