Any way to add buttons to articles? Right now I'm using images, but this also means that if I have to change the style of the knowledge base, I have to redo all those images, instead of change the styling in one go in the CSS.
I could use the <h> tags, but in that case it would be helpful if there were more than 4 available.
Basically for me it's already 3, as accessibility asks for the use of only 1 <h1> and we would like to stay accessable for visualy impaired users. The title of the article would be <h1>, <h2> is used for subjects in the article, which only leaves 2 <h> tags for other use.
But that didn't work, as the block class can't be used in the editor. So I tried to look for other ways and used the h tags. But honestly, the h tags are meant to be used differently, so that wasn't an actual viable solution. But seeing that I was using the buttons for links anyway (I mean, what other reason would there be for a button?), I could create a class that could be added to the <a>. So here you go:
Added this to the CSS (This is my buttons style, change it to suit your own):