Something that’s been bugging me lately is the fact that Divi by Elegant Themes doesn’t seem to have anyway of styling Woocommerce buttons. I scooted around on the web and found this awesome bit of code from Divi Framework. It allows you to style all of the various button states that WooCommerce has in one fell swoop. Just paste the code below into your Additional CSS section in customiser, change the colors to the ones you want and you’re away!

body .et_pb_button:hover, .woocommerce a.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce-page a.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce button.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce-page button.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce input.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce-page input.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce #respond input#submit.alt:hover, .woocommerce-page #respond input#submit.alt:hover, .woocommerce #content input.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce-page #content input.button.alt:hover, .woocommerce a.button:hover, .woocommerce-page a.button:hover, .woocommerce button.button:hover, .woocommerce-page button.button:hover, .woocommerce input.button:hover, .woocommerce-page input.button:hover, .woocommerce #respond input#submit:hover, .woocommerce-page #respond input#submit:hover, .woocommerce #content input.button:hover, .woocommerce-page #content input.button:hover 

{ color: #fff; } 

.woocommerce a.button.alt, .woocommerce-page a.button.alt, .woocommerce button.button.alt, .woocommerce-page button.button.alt, .woocommerce input.button.alt, .woocommerce-page input.button.alt, .woocommerce #respond input#submit.alt, .woocommerce-page #respond input#submit.alt, .woocommerce #content input.button.alt, .woocommerce-page #content input.button.alt, .woocommerce a.button, .woocommerce-page a.button, .woocommerce button.button, .woocommerce-page button.button, .woocommerce input.button, .woocommerce-page input.button, .woocommerce #respond input#submit, .woocommerce-page #respond input#submit, .woocommerce #content input.button, .woocommerce-page #content input.button

{ color: #fff; }

The first section deals with hover states (when you hover your mouse icon over the button) and the second with inital states (when the button’s first loaded).