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The Button component allows an author to place a button or multiple buttons on a page to link to either another page in stewart.com, a file in the digital asset management (DAM) or an external website. Here are some visual examples of the different types of buttons we have. 

Heads up: It is important to note that changes have been made to how we use buttons in the Stewart brand. You may see buttons being used differently than described here. 




This button should ideally be used only once per page. Use this button when there is only one action you would like the user to take.

Tone: "I'm the most important thing on this page!"

Default and Call to Action (CTA)


These button types may be used for links, such as "Read More" or "Visit Site". These links are secondary to the main content or message and do not need to attract attention. The CTA is the preferred button type to use if you are unsure as to which one to use.

Tone: "I'm here if you need me but if you don't, thats ok."

Author Dialog

Button Type: This option defines the button type as seen in the above example. Due to changes in the new brand the Primary and Secondary buttons are now both the same color but should follow the usage rules for the Primary button. 

Title: This defines the text that gets placed inside the button.

Link: This is where we define the path (resource or file) or URL (web page). Clicking on the magnifying glass will open a pathfinder to allow you to find the page or asset (DAM) you wish to link to. Alternatley, you can provide a properly formatted URL which must include either "http://" or "https://" for linking to external websites. 

Link Target: This lets the button know if the link should open in a new window or not. Our best practice is to open links to files or external websites in a new window. Any pages that live in stewart.com should open in the same window.