Reminder: Web Accessibility Compliance Law in effect

The new Colorado accessibility law, HB21-1110, affects university websites and went into effect July 1, 2024. This means that university website owners/content managers must ensure your website content meets the minimum web accessibility standards.

Learn how to meet accessibility standards

Call to action widget


Need a simple, clickable button? The call to action widget is perfect for encouraging users to take an online action, like "sign up for training," "register for event," "donate to a cause" or "learn more about admissions".


Dual themed color options


Additional color options

Every theme in Sitefinity has three theme specific colors to choose from. They have been predetermined to fit well within your theme design. Furthermore, you can choose to use the additional color variations below in this widget to further customize your design. To choose your colors, select them under the button display dropdown menu when editing the widget.

Color nameColor Example
White text, black backgroundSample
White text, dark grey backgroundSample
Gold text, black backgroundSample
Black text, light grey backgroundSample
Black text, grey backgroundSample
Black text, light gold backgroundSample
Black text, gold background
Black text, dark gold background

How to


Drag the call to action widget from the right column onto the page.

Dragging Call To Action widget to content area

Choose Edit to enter button text, select a page to link to and choose a color.

Call To Action widget properties

Additional Information


Accessibility Requirements

To make your button accessible for all site visitors, be descriptive and concise with button labels. For example, instead of using "Learn More" in regards to admission requirements, try using "Learn More About Admissions".

Link Destination Indicators

Two button icons are available in this widget so you can indicate link destinations:

External site link indicator an external site

Password protected page link indicator a password protected page. (please note: this overrides external site if both options are checked)


• A call to action is often referred to as a "CTA."

• Use CTAs to direct users to key pages of your site that align with measurable initiatives of your department.

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