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Buttons

Material for MkDocs provides dedicated styles for primary and secondary buttons that can be added to any link, label or button element. This is especially useful for documents or landing pages with dedicated call-to-actions.

Configuration

This configuration allows to add attributes to all inline- and block-level elements with a simple syntax, turning any link into a button. Add the following lines to mkdocs.yml:

markdown_extensions:
  - attr_list

See additional configuration options:

Usage

Adding buttons

In order to render a link as a button, suffix it with curly braces and add the .md-button class selector to it. The button will receive the selected primary color and accent color if active.

Example:

[Subscribe to our newsletter](#){ .md-button }

Result:

Subscribe to our newsletter

Adding primary buttons

If you want to display a filled, primary button (like on the landing page of Material for MkDocs), add both, the .md-button and .md-button--primary CSS class selectors.

Example:

[Subscribe to our newsletter](#){ .md-button .md-button--primary }

Result:

Subscribe to our newsletter

Adding icon buttons

Of course, icons can be added to all types of buttons by using the icon syntax together with any valid icon shortcode, which can be easily found with a few keystrokes through the icon search.

Example:

[Send :fontawesome-solid-paper-plane:](#){ .md-button .md-button--primary }

Result:

Send

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