Elementor’s toggle widgets offer numerous customization options for your website, one being an “Read more” button – ideal for shortening blog posts on archive pages of your site.
Hyperlinks are web links that lead to other web pages or files on the web – whether internal (within the same site) or external. In this WPDesigns article, we’ll show you how to add an Elementor read more link.
How to add a read more button
To add a read more button to an elementor page, first open it up and click on the Edit with Elementor button. This will bring up a page editor where you can select from various section options; to make adding the read more button even simpler select it from among available widgets and drag it where you would like.
Once you’ve added the button, you can also customize its text by clicking on the “Button label text” field and adding new text based on your needs – such as inserting “Read More” or any other message you prefer.
When displaying full posts on your website, consider offering a read more option to allow visitors to quickly read all of the post with one click. This can make your content appear less cluttered while making navigation simpler for visitors.
WordPress makes this simple through the More Tag, providing an effective means of creating post excerpts which you can then display on your homepage, archive pages or subscriber emails. Simply place the More Tag at the end of an excerpt to display its dashed line and ‘MORE’ text – for optimal results you may wish to edit the CSS of its appearance for optimal results.
How to add a read less button
Adding a read less button to your page can be done through various means. One approach is using JetElements’ Posts widget with its built-in Read Less option which you can enable by default; another way involves writing code directly for this purpose – though this method may require additional work, it offers greater customization potential than its Posts counterpart.
First, create a new section using Elementor editor and drag and drop Posts widget into it. Next, go back into Section menu and select “Read Less”, after which edit button text accordingly. You may change anything in here!
Use PowerPack Addons’ Content Reveal Widget to add a read less button to your WordPress website and reveal content with just one click, as well as selecting how much of it to show. It gives you complete control over what and when is displayed.
Customizable options include adding custom read more button colors and hover effects, as well as the addition of an additional button near the read more button that allows users to link directly to other pages on their site.
How to add a linkable icon
Icons can make web pages more easily understandable, memorable and engaging – they draw the eye towards important information that might otherwise go overlooked. In this tutorial we will learn how to add clickable icons to an elementor page.
Start by opening the page you wish to edit and clicking “Edit with Elementor.” Afterward, locate and add a Read More widget by dragging and dropping. When added, its settings allow for fine-tuning text that will be shown on your site.
Add an icon in the header of your website by using a custom text widget and customizing its text as needed with links leading directly to calls-to-action. After adding it, add an icon for added visual impact.
JetTricks “Read More” widget offers another way of creating a read more button in WordPress, helping to make pages appear more compact and organized. However, please be aware that this widget only works on themes which employ the!-more-> tag in archive pages while templates that utilize “the_content” don’t support this function.
How to add a hyperlink
Hyperlinks allow visitors to navigate directly to another webpage. Elementor makes adding hyperlinks simple by using its Style Settings to add them. Simply enable “Elementor Wrapper Link”, specify the desired link URL for it and add your section or column’s link id in its properties section.
One of the key aspects of creating a website is user experience. To provide visitors with an enjoyable browsing experience, essential content should be displayed in expandable sections with the option for them to expand further if interested. An effective way of doing this would be adding a “read more” button on WordPress sites.
To achieve this, add the CSS snippet below into your WordPress website and modify accordingly. When done, add a toggle element which serves as your “read more” button; use its class name for customized styling of its toggle button based on personal preference; adjust padding, color and line-height properties accordingly in this CSS snippet; etc.