Create great-looking CSS3 buttons that can be used on any post or page in your WordPress site. The easy to use button editor makes it a snap to generate awesome CSS3 buttons in very little time.
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- No coding, the plugin takes care of everything
- Create unlimited number of buttons
- Buttons are built on-the-fly as you enter and select options
- Works with all modern browsers, degrades gracefully for others
- Fully CSS3 compliant with text shadowing, box shadowing, gradients, etc
- Color picker for unlimited color combinations
- Copy an existing button to use as starting point for others
- See your buttons on different color backgrounds
- Predefined defaults make getting started super easy
Upgrade to MaxButtons Pro
Take your buttons to the next level with MaxButtons Pro, which gives you additional features such as:
- Icon Support – Put icons to the left, right, top, or bottom of your text.
- Multi-line text – To add a second line of text for communicating extra information.
- Google Web Fonts – To make your buttons stand out with beautiful typography.
- Button Packs – Be more productive through the use of our value priced, ready-made button sets.
- Import/Export – Useful for backing up and/or moving your buttons. Also, use any of the great free icons listed on our site.
- Height and Width – Explicit options to set button height and width.
- Shopp Integration – Use buttons created with MaxButtons Pro as the shopping cart buttons of the Shopp e-commerce plugin.
And the best part is that you can get this awesome CSS3 button generator for only $19!
How To Use
- Click the MaxButtons page from the admin menu.
- Click the Add New button.
- Fill out and select the options needed to build your button.
- Once you’re ready, click Save.
- A shortcode will be generated (ex: [maxbutton id=”17″] or [maxbutton name=”My Button Name”]).
- Use the shortcode anywhere in your content.
You can also pass the button text and URL as parameters in the shortcode, giving you even greater flexibility. For example, if you want to create a set of buttons that look exactly the same, except for the text and URL, you could do something like this:
[maxbutton id=”17″ text=”Search Google” url=”http://google.com”]
[maxbutton name=”MaxButtons Button Name” text=”Search Yahoo” url=”http://yahoo.com”]
Another parameter you can give the shortcode is window, which tells the button whether or not to open the URL in a new window (by default the button opens the URL in the current window). To do so you always give the window parameter the value “new”, shown below. Anything else will open the button URL in the current window.
[maxbutton id=”17″ window=”new”]
You can also use the nofollow parameter, which will add a rel=”nofollow” attribute to the button when set to true, as shown below (the default is false):
[maxbutton id=”17″ nofollow=”true”]
NOTE: Passing parameters to the shortcode overrides those settings saved as part of the button.
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