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Hi sammamehr, I contacted Thrive Themes and reported our challenges. Nothing came of that. If anything they saw my button workaround as a bug which I promptly corrected them that it is a desired function. I then decided to replace the button with text, link the text to the ACF URL field, then select the linked text and apply a text effect to make it look different from a standard link text.
It then occurred to me that I could add a custom CSS class to make the text appear as a button! Can learn how to do that here: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_boxmodel.asp
For my current needs I was content with the linked text effect. But for your needs of creating an icon, investigate if CSS can provide a workaround.
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