Buttons are badges, logos, and banners that you can use to link to indieweb.org and related sites & technologies, and similar images for a handful of sites similarly aligned in principles or development approaches.
For other versions (size, color, file formats), see the indieweb/branding repo on GitHub.
as an SVG
as an SVG
as an SVG
See below for other (not IndieWeb focused) 88x31 buttons.
IndieWeb Building Blocks
Aaron Parecki linked some IWC, Webmentions, Microfomats, and other small (80x15) buttons/badges at https://aaronparecki.com/2017/12/30/7/indieweb-badge
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Feel free to upload your own IndieWeb or IndieWebCamp related logos and embed them here!
Some 88x31 and 80x15 buttons related to but not particularly IndieWeb:
- and more on https://maya.land/ — some great examples of buttons/banners, including some for the indiewebring and Webmention
- for http://vanilla-js.com/
- for https://notbyai.fyi/ for badges/buttons for proclaiming that none of your website was generated by AI (perhaps suitable for a generative AI or LLM page).
Tools and resources
- Examples of different "standard" size buttons for the same logo/brand/design: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WebsiteButtons
- Make your own 15x80 buttons:
Idea: anor button to indicate your site accepts webmentions.
Link the button to your webmention endpoint with a query param of the page its on as the default target.
Have your webmention endpoint present a form UI to submit a webmention with the target auto-filled in with the default target from abovementioned link.
For some old school web fun, if your site passes the tests at Indiewebify.me, one could add a button to their site with a link to Indiewebify.me and/or to the link indicating that their site passed. (Contextual note: many of these old buttons were originally used to indicate that a site used certain specifications or passed certain validation tests.)
Rendering on high resolution displays
Suggestion: add style="image-rendering:pixelated;" to the img tag for small badges when viewed on high-resolution displays. They will retain their pixelated look instead of made blurry when scaled up.
Need to be updated
These need to be updated to the new logo.