There are multiple ways in which you can use and customize a "Button" element when working in Thrive Architect.

When it comes to its design, you can either choose a predefined template from the template library, or you can use the left sidebar options to create a new design from scratch.

In this article, we will take you through the step-by-step process for creating this animation effect when hovering over a button:

Customize the "Button" element

First, add the "Button" element to your page or post:

Next, change the color of the button, if you want, using the left sidebar list of options:

Clicking on the color field will trigger the color picker. Either choose a color manually or insert a HEX/RGB code in the corresponding field, as showcased below:

Don't forget to save your changes:

Access the "Hover" state

Now that you've changed the color of your button, you can proceed to add a hover animation effect. To access the hover state, you first have to open the states drop-down list:

Here, select "Hover":

And this will automatically take you to the available list of options for the hover state:

Change the color

Open the "Background Style" section:

Delete the already existing color, added by you in the previous step:

Next, open the color field and simply select a new color for your button:

Once more use the color picker or a HEX/RGB code, and when done, click on "Apply":

Add an animation

Now, for the last step, you have to open the "Animation & Action" section of the left sidebar:

And here, click on the "CSS Animation" option:

This will prompt you with a drop-down list of available animations. For this example, we have chosen the "Rectangle out" animation for the background:

Lastly, click on "Apply":

And then return to the "Normal" state of the button:

Now, whenever you hover over your "Button" element this animated effect will take place:

I hope you found this step-by-step tutorial useful and easy to follow. If you want to read more articles of this type, make sure to check out our knowledge base.

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