Bootstrap Badges and Labels
Bootstrap Badges are numerical indicators used to show that how many items are associated with the specific link. Badges are used to highlight new or unread items.
The class .badge within the <span> element is used to create badges.
Bootstrap Badge Example
Bootstrap Badge Example 2
You can also use badges inside other elements, such as buttons.
Let's take an example to see how to add badges to button.
Bootstrap labels are used to specify the additional information about something like offering counts, tips, or other makeup for pages.
The class .label is used to display the labels.
Bootstrap Label Example
Bootstrap Label Example 2: changing colors
We can change the label colors by using contextual label classes.
Bootstrap Label Example 3
Bootstrap 4 Badges
In Bootstrap 4, badges can also be used with heading tags (<h1>......<h6>). Use the .badge class together with a contextual class (like .badge-secondary) within <span> elements to create rectangular badges.
You can use the contextual classes to change the color of a badge.
Bootstrap 4 Pill Badges
Pill badges are used to make the badges more round. Use the class .badge-pill class to add pill badges.