A few of the Squarespace templates automatically add a button to your navigation menu- whatever your last page is becomes a button in the Hayden, Bedford and Pacific template, so if you’re using one of these templates then you’ve got this nailed, but if you’re using another template (specifically the Rally template) it takes a few extra steps.
Why a button? THEY STICK OUT, so putting your call to action (the thing you want your clients to do: join your newsletter, book a service, register for your course, etc...) under a spotlight increases the likelihood of said action. Plus they feel kind of fancy. No?
So here's how:
1. Under Pages find the secondary navigation section click the the + and add whatever page you want your button to be called. "Schedule Now" "Grab Your Copy" "Jump Into The Group"
2. Next under Design find the secondary navigation and change the style to button then style it from there to match your brand.
3. Save it and ta-da you've got yourself a swanky button.
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