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How to Add Buttons to a Quiz
How to Add Buttons to a Quiz

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Written by Mark Baek
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Buttons with custom URLs can be added to any page of the quiz. This makes them a useful tool for adding a retake quiz button, adding a redirect at the end of a quiz and more.

πŸ’‘ What you'll learn

πŸ’‘ Prerequisites

Adding buttons to a results page is done inside of a content block.

Use this guide for an overview on using content blocks in any quiz.

Adding a button to a results page

Follow the steps below for general instructions on adding a custom button to quizzes.

πŸ“• Adding a button to results pages

  1. Open the results page you want to add the button to.

  2. In the left menu under CONTENT BLOCKS, select the block you want to add a button to.

  3. Expand the TOP CONTENT or BOTTOM CONTENT section on the left menu.

  4. Click "Add content".

  5. Click on the Button option.

The TOP CONTENT & BOTTOM CONTENT sections will add content either above or below any products that are added. If you don't have any products in the block, then all of the content can be contained inside of a single section.

Learn how you can use this to add a retake quiz button.

πŸ“• Adding a button to questions, opt-in pages & explainer screens

Custom buttons can be added to a quiz page through the TOP CONTENT & BOTTOM CONTENT menus as well.

Normal pages don't use content blocks so you'll find the TOP CONTENT & BOTTOM CONTENT menus along with the rest of the page's content.

πŸ“• Changing button design

Button design can be changed by going to:

Design β†’ Colors & styles

The 4 button styles (primary, secondary, text primary & text secondary) can be changed and previewed here.

What are content blocks?

🎬 VIDEO: Introducing Content Blocks

Watch this video demo on content blocks, and how they're used to build results pages.

Content blocks are used for one of two reasons:

  1. Add products to a results page.

  2. Add content to a results page.

You can do one or the other, making content blocks an incredibly versatile tool for building results pages.

Using advanced logic allows you to add show/hide logic into individual content blocks, which is a great way to create dynamic results page content.

Content buttons can be customized with:

  • Link URL: insert any URL.

  • Button text: label your button text.

  • Button style/size: use one of 4 button styles.

  • Alt text: add an image description for accessibility.

In a results page, you can also insert an Add all to cart button with the same method.

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