Cracking Hubspot CTAsSOLVE
04-26-2017 07:19 - edited 04-26-2017 07:20
I have managed to crack, hack, and manipulate pretty much every part of Hubspot's core functionality except one thing, CTAs.
I have picked apart the html that is output by the hubl module and it is so full if code it is border line rediculous. There is markup for an image which seams to still output even if an image isn't in use, styling seams to be inline, and there is the default plethera of Hubspot wrappers, but I can't seam to find the part's that make it tick. I have crawled up and down the developer info looking for a url token or something of the like.
I am asking if anyone has managed to track a link, as a cta, that they have created using html/css. Yes you can customize the css either on the cta editor or in your style sheet using a ton of important tags. The default css is incredible. box-shadow, text-shadow, gradients using background-image, border-radius, paddings, etc, etc, etc. And then you have to overwrite the :hover, the :active, and the :focus (I think). Hubspot should give us a one click solution to shut all of this down and allow us to just output what we want, but they dont.
I scour the internet everytime I work on a project in hubspot, hoping to avoid the enevitable ritual of overwriting, and there is never anything solution. I'm just wondering if there is something that I am missing. If not then this should really be brought up to Hubspot's people. I don't get why they would inline this default styling anyways, let alone not make it easily customizable. As you can see I'm pretty lit up about this. I would love to hear from other people about how they deal with this issue.
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