Sure! Here’s an example of CSS code for styling a newsletter button in Squarespace:
padding: 10px 20px;
In this example, we define a CSS class called
newsletter-button and apply styles to it using various CSS properties.
background-color property sets the background color of the button to
#f5a623, a bright orange color.
color property sets the text color to white.
font-weight properties control the size and weight of the text, respectively.
padding property sets the amount of space between the text and the edges of the button.
border-radius property controls the roundness of the button’s corners, while the
border property specifies that the button should have no border. Finally, the
cursor property sets the mouse cursor to a pointer, indicating that the button is clickable.
:hover pseudo-class is used to apply styles to the button when the user hovers over it with their mouse. In this example, we simply change the background color to a slightly darker shade of orange (
#e29400) to give a visual indication that the button is clickable.
You can apply this CSS to a newsletter button in Squarespace by adding a Code Block to your page, then inserting the CSS code between
</style> tags, and finally adding a button with the class