Integrate Ante using HTML

How to use

First, add the following line in the <head> of the page (this contains the styling for the Ante badge):

<link href="" rel="stylesheet" />

Then, insert the corresponding <div> tag(s) where you want the badge(s), replacing YOUR_PROTOCOL_NAME or ANTE_TEST_ADDRESS and CHAIN_NAME with the appropriate protocol/Ante Test:

// To show the overall trust tier of a protocol
<div class="ante-protocol-widget"></div>

// To show the trust score on a specific Ante Test
<div class="ante-test-widget"></div>

Note: the protocol name string is case sensitive. If in doubt, check how the protocol name is spelled in the Ante app. Chain IDs can be looked up at

Finally, we need to add script tags to make it all work. If you're only implementing up to one protocol and/or one test badge, you can

<script src=""></script>
        name: 'ETH2',
        chain: '0x4', // If not provided, it defaults to '0x1' (Ethereum Mainnet)  
        address: '0x806f60015F245F9F6442f9c81f915E45CCd76637',
        chain: '0x4' 

If you need more than one protocol badge or test badge,

<script src=""></script>
   var divs = document.querySelectorAll(".ante-protocol-widget");
    for (var i = 0; i < divs.length; i++) {
            name: divs[i],
            chain: divs[i].dataset.chain,

Example of usage

The following code will generate badges for the Ante protocol as well as one of the Ante Tests that tests the ante protocol:

<div class="ante-protocol-widget" data-name="Ante"></div>
<div class="ante-test-widget" data-address="0x2EdC35B39BFBca6A52eA35612C2684D3D7654763" data-chain="0x1"></div>

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