[Resolved] change standard button design across website

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    Hi all –

    In a recent WordPress update, you can add buttons to posts or pages that look like the button on my homepage – evantarver.com. They look great and I’d like to use this design across my website.

    However, if you look at my blog posts page (evantarver.com/blog) you’ll see that the sitewide button linking to each blog post as well as the sidebar button looks like a box rather than rounded like on my homepage.

    Is there any way to globally change the standard button design so it mirrors the design on my homepage?

    Any info appreciated!

    – Evan



    Add this under Customize > Additional CSS:

    a.button, a.button:visited {
        border-radius: 24px;

    Leo Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Something like this should cover everything:

    button, html input[type=button], input[type=reset], input[type=submit], a.button, a.button:visited, a.wp-block-button__link:not(.has-background) {
        border-radius: 24px;


    Worked perfect, thanks all!


    Leo Customer Support
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