“Submit” and “Read More” is all you’re using buttons for? Expand your horizons.

These can be used for more than just buttons, they’re really mini-design elements … if you know how to use them.

[box type=”alert”]Ask your favorite graphic designer how long it will take them to create “just a little button” for you. Maybe a gradient color and then a hover-over color? Get out your stopwatch … and your wallet. [/box]

WOO’s shortcode buttons can be used for your basic Submit button, but if you’re looking for some style in your site without digging into Photoshop, here’s a hidden powerhouse of text design.

Style None
 
Style Info
 
Style Alert
 
Style Tick
 
Style Download
 
Style Note

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Size Small
 
Size Medium (default)
 
Size Large
 
Size XL

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Predefined Style Red
 
Predefined Style Orange
 
Predefined Style Green
 
Predefined Style Aqua
 
Predefined Style Teal
 
Predefined Style Purple
 
Predefined Style Pink
 
Predefined Style Silver

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You can also change the background color to whatever you’d like. Here are just a few examples.

Orange (FFB60D) background.
 
Background color sky blue (#BACAE8)

But you can even change the color of the border.

Button
 
Using the built-in color picker for background and border color. With lots of text.
 
Maybe that info box color is just too light? Make a button! Large size.
You can also choose dark text if you wanted a light background color.

Getting the idea? The possibilities are endless (no, really). Play around. Look ma, no Photoshop!