The Style For My Button Is Not Showing
Written by the Divi Engine Documentation Team
Follow these steps if your buttons are not showing the correct design.
Step 1: Double-check Your Setup
Begin by making sure that you have styled your button the correct way. Click HERE to learn how to style buttons in Divi.
Step 2: Use A Divi Section
Make sure that you are using a section for the Divi Library Layout containing your button. The browser will look for a Divi button inside a Divi section. As an example, the CSS class for the account navigation is: body #page-container .et_pb_section .et_pb_db_account_nav_0 .et_pb_button.
Step 3: Update, Disable & Flush
Step 4: Find A Plugin Conflict
OK, so your button style is still not showing after all that. Let's keep exploring. Please test to see if there is a plugin conflict. Disable all plugins, clear your browser cache and then see if the issue goes away. If your button style is now showing then you know that it is a plugin conflict. Reactivate each plugin one at a time until you find the troublesome plugin.
Step 5: Remove Extra CSS
Sometimes problems arise from custom CSS added to your website through Divi > Theme Options or the style.css file of your child theme. Create a staging website and remove any extra CSS to see if perhaps there is some CSS stopping your button style from showing.
Step 6: Restore Your Website
We have found that when our customers update a plugin or theme, things break. Perhaps your button style issue has to do with a recent update. To get your live website working again, please restore it to a version from before the update (when your button style worked) and then contact us. We will then ask you to create a staging website where we can update again and test to see where the problem lies.
Please email us at [email protected] if you are unable to get your Divi Engine plugin working.