Using UIEdgeInsets to layout a UIButton

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You can use insets to layout the content of system or custom buttons. With insets you can add or remove space to the button’s title (titleEdgeInsets), image (imageEdgeInsets) and both the title and image together (contentEdgeInsets).

To see how these three properties work, create a button (UIButton) via a xib-file or in code. Give it only a center vertically and horizontally in superview…

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