Web badge

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The two web badges at the bottom of all Wikipedia pages.

A web badge is a small image used on websites to promote web standards, products used in the creation of a web page or product, to indicate a specific content license that is applied to the content or design of a website, or to comply with an application's terms of service.

A common-usage standard for web badges are 88x31 pixel and 80x15 pixel images typically in GIF or PNG image format composed of a small graphic to the left with text on the right. Web badges may however come in any size or configuration.

Standard dimensions:

  • 36x13
  • 80x15
  • 88x31
  • 110x32
  • 120x60
  • 125x50
  • 180x60

External links[edit]

  • [1], web badges generator tool based on Antipixel's.
  • Web 2.0 Badges, free web badges and badge generator tool
  • Silkscreen, font often used in Web badges
  • 80x15.com, Antipixel 80x15 buttons maker.