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The badge lets you add status to your headers. For example, it could be useful to specify the section's type, or supported version.


You may use the Badge component which is globally available.

### Title <Badge type="info" text="default" />
### Title <Badge type="tip" text="^1.9.0" />
### Title <Badge type="warning" text="beta" />
### Title <Badge type="danger" text="caution" />

Code above renders like:

Title default

Title ^1.9.0

Title beta

Title caution

Custom Children

<Badge> accept children, which will be displayed in the badge.

### Title <Badge type="info">custom element</Badge>

Title custom element

Customize Type Color

You can customize the style of badges by overriding css variables. The following are the default values:

:root {
  --vp-badge-info-border: transparent;
  --vp-badge-info-text: var(--vp-c-text-2);
  --vp-badge-info-bg: var(--vp-c-default-soft);

  --vp-badge-tip-border: transparent;
  --vp-badge-tip-text: var(--vp-c-brand-1);
  --vp-badge-tip-bg: var(--vp-c-brand-soft);

  --vp-badge-warning-border: transparent;
  --vp-badge-warning-text: var(--vp-c-warning-1);
  --vp-badge-warning-bg: var(--vp-c-warning-soft);

  --vp-badge-danger-border: transparent;
  --vp-badge-danger-text: var(--vp-c-danger-1);
  --vp-badge-danger-bg: var(--vp-c-danger-soft);


<Badge> component accepts following props:

interface Props {
  // When `<slot>` is passed, this value gets ignored.
  text?: string

  // Defaults to `tip`.
  type?: 'info' | 'tip' | 'warning' | 'danger'

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