Call To Action Area

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Content Appearance" > "Call to Action"

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Call to Action Overview Video.

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Position the Call To Action area

When the Call To Action area is enabled, you can choose to display the links/buttons above or below your comment area:

Notice the group of links ABOVE the area where comments would appear

Notice the group of links now shown BELOW where comments will appear

You can also choose whether to align the area left, center or right below your pages/posts.

Adjust spacing

Additionally, you can change the horizontal spacing between the links/buttons (and the optional separator, if used) as well as the vertical spacing between the links/buttons when they take up more than one line below your content. Sliders also allow control over spacing above and below the group of links/buttons, as well. See this for a visual example of the spacing controls affecting the items:

Showing/hiding on different page types

What if Call To Action links/buttons only make sense below blog posts on your site? You can use the checkboxes in this setting area of ProPhoto to hide them on all WordPress static “Pages”. Use the checkboxes to show & hide this group of links/buttons on certain page types of your site.

If you have special circumstances and need to hide this area on specific Pages or areas, see our Hiding with Custom CSS guide.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Content Appearance" > "Call to Action"

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Call to Action Overview Video.

Position the Call To Action area

When the Call To Action area is enabled, you can choose to display the links/buttons above or below your comment area:

Notice the group of links ABOVE the area where comments would appear

Notice the group of links now shown BELOW where comments will appear

You can also choose whether to align the area left, center or right below your pages/posts.

Adjust spacing

Additionally, you can change the horizontal spacing between the links/buttons (and the optional separator, if used) as well as the vertical spacing between the links/buttons when they take up more than one line below your content. Sliders also allow control over spacing above and below the group of links/buttons, as well. See this for a visual example of the spacing controls affecting the items:

Showing/hiding on different page types

What if Call To Action links/buttons only make sense below blog posts on your site? You can use the checkboxes in this setting area of ProPhoto to hide them on all WordPress static “Pages”. Use the checkboxes to show & hide this group of links/buttons on certain page types of your site.

If you have special circumstances and need to hide this area on specific Pages or areas, see our Hiding with Custom CSS guide.

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