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Name
Pronunciation

There is only one way to pronounce Splits.io.

  • "splits aye oh"
  • "splits dot aye oh"
  • "splits ee oh"
  • "splits"

Spelling

Splits.io is spelled "Splits.io", with a capital "S" and including ".io". It used to be spelled "Splits I/O", but this usage has been discontinued.

Referencing in code

To reference Splits.io in code, where capitalization style and special character usage might limit you from referring to it as Splits.io, we recommend these options for their respective contexts:

  • camelCased: splitsio
  • snake_cased: splitsio
  • kebab-cased: splitsio
  • PascalCase: SplitsIO or SplitsIo, based on your language's convention
  • UPPER: SPLITSIO
These are only recommendations and you should feel free to break them if it suits your own style better.

Logo

The Splits.io logo (created by Nosfy) is an "S" shape created by three charted segments at "/" angles. Feel free to remix it for personal use, but the standard image is the only official Splits.io logo.

Add about 7.5% breathing room on the top and bottom if the logo will have things above or below it, or if it will be used in a circle crop. For example, a 2000px high logo should be placed in a 2300px high canvas.

The logo looks best on dark backgrounds.

The official text version of the Splits.io logo uses the font Bukhari Script. Bukhari Script Alternate can be used for the capital "S" to give it an extra curliness.

Splits.io logo with text
Colors

The official Splits.io colors are in the logo:

  1. Pastel Orange (#f5b946)
  2. Picton Blue (#469ce6)
  3. Pastel Green (#6de588)

Additionally, Mirage is a great contrast for backgrounds:

  1. Mirage (#1a1c21)
Buttons

Here are some examples of using the Splits.io logo to create account-linking buttons: