Often, the client wants to add a back button in Elementor because the back button can be a handy feature for the users to go back to the last screen easily. It is also good for the user experience. So let’s add a back button in Elementor step by step.
Add Back Button
- Drag & Drop the
Button widgetonto your page, wherever you’d like to place it
- Go to the Button widget’s
Advanced tab, enter a name into the
CSS IDfield, such as
'btn-back'as shown in the following screenshot
- Don’t forget to click on the “Update” button
- The last and most important step is testing. So to test this, go to that back button page through some pages by clicking the links. If you direct jump on the back button page, then it will not store the history so you will feel that it’s not working.
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That’s it for now. We hope this article helped you to add back in Elementor.
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