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What you need to know about Brightspot buttons
Buttons aren't singular components in Brightspot, meaning they are already integrated into other content categories. Below are examples of buttons within the context of their corresponding content. The content title is listed above the example.
1. Buttons in Rich Text Section
This button is found in the rich text content section. This is the most basic format labeled "RichText" in Brightspot. Buttons are optional in this content type so rich text can also be displayed without a button as seen above in "What you need to know about Brightspot buttons." The button below will take you to an article about best practices for buttons in interface design.
2. Buttons within Lists
The buttons appear here within a type of list content. Under list, it is labeled "Carousel, Three Buttons."
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3. Buttons for Submitting Forms
Buttons are also used to submit information to the site. Forms can be displayed through three content sections: contact forms, custom forms, and event forms. Below is a type of contact form labeled "Custom Form" in Brightspot. See the Forms section on the demo page to learn more about Brightspot forms.
4. Buttons at the Close of a List
Below is an example of a button used at the end of a list of links using the "List Card - Link" style template. Some buttons can also appear in different colors. Here is a button in our "primary" web color, navy.