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CherryFramework 3 Troubleshooter. Button links lead to google.com

This tutorial provides an explanation on how to deal with the issue when button links lead to google.com instead of a needed URL in CherryFramework 3 template.

This issue occurs when [button] shortcode is added incorrectly. In order to fix it, please perform the following steps:

  1. Log in to your WordPress admin panel and navigate to the Pages -> All Pages section.

  2. Click the appropriate page to edit it.

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  3. Locate the [button] shortcode that is used for displaying the button with incorrect link.
    For example, it looks like this:

    [button text="all services" link="<a href="http://templatetesting.com/sandra/wordpress/services">all services</a>" style="primary" size="normal" target="_self" display="inline" icon="no"]

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  4. In order to use the correct link, you should add link to the [button] shortcode like this:

    [button text="all services" link="http://templatetesting.com/sandra/wordpress/services" style="primary" size="normal" target="_self" display="inline" icon="no"]

    where the link attribute must be equal to URL of the page only

    link="http://templatetesting.com/sandra/wordpress/services"
  5. Press the Update button in order to save your changes.

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Now you know how to deal with the issue when button links lead to google.com instead of a needed URL in CherryFramework 3 template.

Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:

CherryFramework 3 Troubleshooter. Button links lead to google.com