They will display in green for passing, red for failing, and yellow for unknown states.

Here are a few examples:

## Style¶

Now you can pass the style GET argument, to get custom styled badges same as you would for shields.io. If no argument is passed, flat is used as default.

STYLE

flat

flat-square

plastic

social

## Project Pages¶

You will now see badges embedded in your project page. The default badge will be pointed at the default version you have specified for your project. The badge URLs look like this:

https://readthedocs.org/projects/pip/badge/?version=latest&style=plastic


You can replace the version argument with any version that you want to show a badge for. If you click on the badge icon, you will be given snippets for RST, Markdown, and HTML; to make embedding it easier.

https://readthedocs.org/projects/pip/badge/