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Hi there! 

I'm trying to change the default button type of a carousel list card. By default it calls a primary button (shown in image as black solid rectangular buttons). I'd like to change them to the tertiary style button, which would look so much lighter visually.

Is it possible to do this with css?

FYI the button below (“Explore the blog”) is my secondary style button and I can change it easily from the global settings of that carousel section.

 

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, bkaren said:

Hi there! 

I'm trying to change the default button type of a carousel list card. By default it calls a primary button (shown in image as black solid rectangular buttons). I'd like to change them to the tertiary style button, which would look so much lighter visually.

Is it possible to do this with css?

FYI the button below (“Explore the blog”) is my secondary style button and I can change it easily from the global settings of that carousel section.

 

Thanks!

Screen Shot 2022-10-04 at 4.37.56 PM.png

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