Multi colored example with one custom background on button group.
Ensure correct role and provide a label
In order for assistive technologies (such as screen readers) to convey that a series of buttons is grouped, an appropriate role attribute needs to be provided. For button groups, this would be role="group", while toolbars should have a role="toolbar".
In addition, groups and toolbars should be given an explicit label, as most assistive technologies will otherwise not announce them, despite the presence of the correct role attribute. In the examples provided here, we use aria-label, but alternatives such as aria-labelledby can also be used.
Use .btn-icon class for icon element and wrap the button text into <span> to preserve correct alignment. To add an arrow indicator, use .btn-arrow class to .btn. Read more in Button indicators.
Torus Kit brings .rounded-pill border available for button group. No need to edit first and the last button separately. Just add .rounded-pill to .btn-group.
Outline button group
Outline rounded pill
Rounded pill is also available for outlined button group. Add .rounded-pill to .btn.group with the outlined buttons.
Combine sets of button groups into button toolbars for more complex components. Use utility classes as needed to space out groups, buttons, and more.
Feel free to mix input groups with button groups in your toolbars. Similar to the example above, you’ll likely need some utilities though to space things properly.
Instead of applying button sizing classes to every button in a group, just add .btn-group-* to each .btn-group, including each one when nesting multiple groups.
Place a .btn-group within another .btn-group when you want dropdown menus mixed with a series of buttons.