Elementor Align Buttons To Bottom Easily

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Demo using CSS flex method.

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Demo using CSS grid method.

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Learn how to easily get the buttons alignments you see above, using Elementor free or Pro !

Method 1. Shows you how to achieve this using CSS flexbox, and Method 2. uses CSS Grid. You will need to watch the video to properly understand how to use the CSS grid method.

Elementor Align Buttons To Bottom Easily
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Method 1. Elementor bottom aligned buttons using CSS flexbox

Step 1. Open the column advanced options

Elementor Align Buttons To Bottom Easily 1

Step 2. Copy paste the code under ‘Custom CSS’

selector .elementor-widget-wrap {
        flex-direction: column;
}

selector .elementor-widget-wrap div:last-child {
margin-top: auto;
}

Step 3. Enjoy your Elementor bottom aligned buttons !

Step 4. (Optional) If you have the free version of Elementor, replace ‘selector’ …

by your own CSS class you gave the columns under Column > Advanced > CSS classes. Then, you can add the CSS to your theme Customizer ‘additional CSS’ area. Example code for Elementor free users
.myalignedcolumn .elementor-widget-wrap {
        flex-direction: column;
}

.myalignedcolumn .elementor-widget-wrap div:last-child {
margin-top: auto;
}

Method 2. Elementor bottom aligned buttons using CSS grid

Step 1. Open the column advanced options

Elementor Align Buttons To Bottom Easily 1

Step 2. Copy paste the code under ‘Custom CSS’

selector .elementor-widget-wrap {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-rows: 1fr 3fr 5fr 1fr;
}

selector .elementor-widget-wrap > div.elementor-widget-button {
    align-self: end;
}

Step 3. Watch the video carefully to understand how to properly use the code

Step 4. Enjoy your Elementor bottom aligned buttons !

Optional Step. If you have the free version of Elementor, replace ‘selector’ …

by your own CSS class you gave the columns under Column > Advanced > CSS classes. Then, you can add the CSS to your theme Customizer ‘additional CSS’ area. Example code for Elementor free users
.myalignedcolumn .elementor-widget-wrap {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-rows: 1fr 3fr 5fr 1fr;
}

.myalignedcolumn  .elementor-widget-wrap > div.elementor-widget-button {
    align-self: end;
}

Aligning Elementor CTA element buttons to the bottom

Use this code to align Elementor Call to Action elements. Also place under Advanced > Custom CSS.

You might need to adjust the values slightly to get great results!

selector > div > div > div > div {
display: grid;
grid-template-rows: 2.7fr 4.6fr 1fr;
}

Aligning Elementor Pricing Table element to the bottom

Use this code to align Elementor Pricing Table element buttons to the bottom.

You will need to have only the pricing tables in your columns. If you have other elements above or below, results may vary. Wrap in an inner section in these cases.

.elementor-price-table {
    display: flex;
    flex-direction: column;
}

.elementor-widget-price-table, .elementor-widget-price-table > div, .elementor-widget-price-table > div > div {
    height: 100%;
}

.elementor-price-table__footer {
    margin-top: auto;
}

Finally, enjoy your Elementor bottom aligned buttons !

Don’t hesitate to let me know if you need any help!

20 Responses

  1. Thanks for this helpful solution. It's working on one of my sites but not others. I can't see any differences in how I've applied the solution. Have you seen this before? Thanks for your help.

  2. Thanks for this code, I used method 1 and the button is now aligned to the bottom, but it is not center aligned and everything I tried has not worked to center align it

    1. Try adding this CSS

      .myalignedcolumn .elementor-widget-wrap div:last-child {
      margin-top: auto;
      margin-left: auto;
      margin-right: auto;
      }

    1. Thanks for letting me know. I updated the code. Probably some Elementor update changed the markup of this element.

      Now it should work. If not, enable 'Optimized DOM' experiment.

  3. I think this is too stressful.
    Here is an easy way;

    1. Click the widget
    2. Go to the Advanced Tab, and set the positon to Absolute.
    3. Click either of the vertical orientation buttons depending on where you want the widget to be positioned in relation to its container (Column)
    4. Adjust the vertical offset as you wish.

    Here's a screenie >> https://paste.pics/c106f709b5ba4dd4e34b8062f4aecf0d

    That's all.

    1. This work but would be considered poor practice and not a great use case of position:absolute;

      Essentially this is opening up for problems in the layout and structure, and adding weak points.

      It's better to keep the buttons in the normal flow, and use advanced layout properties such as flex or grid to get the result wanted.

      1. No, it’s not poor practice. It becomes poor practice if you over-rely on it and use it too often.

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