Long gone are the days where you must hack things to get them to look the way you want! You no longer have to wrap your content in span tags and give them inline styles. All you have to do is place your content in the wysiwig editor and let the LendingTree style guide do the rest for you! If you want to bold something, use a strong tag.
There are some exceptions to this. For example, if you want a leaflist or checklist, you will need to do basic markup.
Use the full width content block 1 for basic content.
If you are crunched for time and have a lot of content to change, just throw it into one of these bad boys and send it over to the Marketing FrontEnd team using a trello ticket and we will get to work for you.
You can choose whatever background color you want. If you would like to set a background image in place, please see the FrontEnd team for direction. When using this content block, please make sure to set the content column width to two-thirds. You should never use full.
You can either make the button using an a tag or a button tag. Below, you will find examples of both and of one being wrapped in a form tag to go to a form flow. Make sure you update your value to the correct wordpress splitter if your button is going to a form flow.
a tag blue button
blue button with arrow