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Adding APIMatic Attribution

Usage of the APIMatic service requires you to display the APIMatic Attribution Badge on your website / application unless prior communication has waived this requirement.

The range of APIMatic Attribution Badges can be seen below:

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How to Use#

The APIMatic Attribution Badge can be added through just two lines in your website's HTML.

  1. Place the following script include at the end your <body> tag.
    <script src="https://docs.apimatic.io/javascripts/attribution.js"></script>
  2. Place the following div wherever you would like the badge to appear.
    <div class="apimatic-badge"></div>
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Do NOT link to the images on this page directly. Instead, use the given method to add the APIMatic Attribution Badge to your website.

Customizing the Badge#

Three variants of the APIMatic Attribution Badge exist, which can be selected by providing a data-style attribute to the <div> tag. The possible options for this value are: blue, light, or dark. Note that the default value is blue.

Example#

For example, if we want the light variant of the badge, we would add the following HTML:

<div class="apimatic-badge" data-style="light"></div>

Which would produce...

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Usage Guidelines#

  • No customisations to the badge other than the data-style option previously mentioned are allowed.
  • The badges must be displayed at their correct size of 38px by 109px.
  • Placement of the badge is up to the end user, so long as it is not hidden, obscured, or modified from its intended form.
  • Multiple badges may be used, so long as there is at least one.