Badge

A Badge looks much like a lozenge. You can define different styles and sizes and also combine it with an HTML heading or a Bootstrap button. The shortcode adds a element. If you need an empty space before or after you need to add it manually.

Examples

[bsv-badge style="danger"]New![/bsv-badge]
[bsv-badge style="warning" displayas="button" buttonlink="https://www.lewe.com" target="_blank" prefix="Button"]1234[/bsv-badge]
[bsv-badge style="success" type="pill" displayas="h4" prefix="Button"]1234[/bsv-badge]

Format

[bsv-badge parameter="value" ...]your content here[/bsv-badge]

Parameters

Parameter
Description
Default
style
Defines the Bootstrap style. Supported values:
  • danger
  • dark
  • info
  • light
  • primary
  • secondary
  • success
  • warning
primary
type
Allowed values:
  • badge
  • pill
badge
displayas
The badge can be combined with a button or heading. Supported values:
  • button
  • h1
  • h2
  • h3
  • h4
  • h5
  • h6
no value
prefix
If combined with a button or heading, this will be the text of it.
This parameter only works in combination with a displayas value.
no value
buttonstyle
If combined with a button, this defines the button style. Supported values:
  • danger
  • dark
  • info
  • light
  • primary
  • secondary
  • success
  • warning
This parameter only works in combination with a displayas value.
primary
buttonlink
If combined with a button, the button can link to a URL. Define it here.
no value
target
If combined with a linked button, this defines the target of the link.
_self
customtextcolor
If you want to change the text color of the badge style you can do it here by providing the hex color code in CSS format, e.g. #99000.
no value
custombgcolor
If you want to change the background color of the badge style you can do it here by proividng the hex color code in CSS format, e.g. #000099.
no value
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