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The badges component serves as a small blocks to indicate notifications, or to highlight an item.


npm install @fylgja/badge

Then include the component in to your code via;

@use "@fylgja/badge";
// Or via PostCSS import
@import "@fylgja/badge";

@layer support

If you need support for @layer, use the following import;

@use "@fylgja/badge" with ($badge-layer: "components");
// Or via PostCSS and other options as native CSS
@import "@fylgja/badge" layer(components);

How to use

To use the badge, create element with the class .badge.

<span class="badge">..</span>

But if you need a badge with a little more complexity, like a badge with 2 sides of data or with a close button.

You can use the .badge-addon as wrapper that binds the 2 badges to one badge.

<div class="badge-addon">
    <span class="badge">New</span>
    <button class="badge -theme">Close</button>

Badge group (Tag cloud)

To create Badge group (Tag cloud), you need to use custom CSS or the @fylgja/utilpack.

To create a flex-grid with gap via margin or via the gap property (when it is better supported).

<div class="flex flex-wrap">
    <span class="badge m-1">Wolfs</span>
    <span class="badge m-1">Cats</span>
    <span class="badge m-1">Bears</span>


As with almost all of our components, CSS variables can be configured to add your own look/style.

Want direct control on the base styles, here are the following SCSS variables can you modify.

$enable-badge-addon: true !default;
$enable-badge-theme: true !default;

$badge-padding: 0.125em 0.75em !default;
$badge-radius: 0.375em !default;
$badge-bg: if($root-fg == #000, #eee, #222) !default;
$badge-color: $color-text !default;
$badge-font-size: 0.75em !default;
$badge-font-weight: 500 !default;
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