I learned how to add a link at W3Schools and it worked. Except: I created this link in the”call to action” widget space. Somehow it also added the link to “features 1,2 & 3” at the same time.
I also wanted to make this widget look like a button by adding btn to class. However if I have this in the right side blog it looks like a button. In the “call to action” location it no longer looks like a button but just text. In both locations the link does work.
So that’s 2 things for you.
My first question would be, how did you create the Call to Action link? As for it “somehow” it added it to the features 1, 2, and 3 at the same time is actually impossible, so I would also be interested in finding out how that happened because for that to happen, you would have to physically do that with separate widgets. I just added some text and a link to a text widget and published it to the Call to Action position but cannot replicate what you are describing.
Generally something like this is an error in the html coding that is put into a page, post, or widget…sometimes even forgetting an start or finish quote ” can cause some nasty things to happen, or even a missing end of another element. In PHP, I’ve done it where I missed a single semi colon and get errors from hell.