Motion colorful (5 colors) usernames
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I will be showing you how to make a specific group have motion colorful ( 5 colors ) usernames.
First of all see movies ( english_name.zip ) in one file in attachment , if interesting for you:

1- Go to Admin Control Panel >>> Templates >>> Ungrouped Templates >>> headerinclude >>>
before

{$stylesheets}

add the following code in it .

<script type="text/javascript" src="{$mybb->settings['bburl']}/jscripts/cycling_midori.js"></script> 

2. Next this is to give a specific group a rainbow name.
Go to Admin Control Panel >>> Users & Groups >>>Groups >>> your aim group >>>Option>>Edit user group>>Username Style -----> And insert :

<span id="rainbow" class="bold"><script type="text/javascript">rainbownameload('rainbow' , '{username}');</script></span>

3. Upload " cycling_midori.js" into your "jscripts" file in root .

Now whatever group you picked will now have a motion colorful ( 5 colors ) username . Big Grin

.zip   english_name.zip (Size: 360.36 KB / Downloads: 188)

.zip   cycling_midori.zip (Size: 9.02 KB / Downloads: 170)
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#2
can you post any screen?
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#3
This could be done with Pure CSS3, no JS required.
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by Dukhor, IcyBoards Community Forums
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(2013-07-21, 03:07 PM)ElectricShock Wrote: This could be done with Pure CSS3, no JS required.

There is no need of TRASHING someone's thread.
Just consider it a NEW WAY or ANOTHER WAY to do so.

Perhaps if you consider yourself an EXPERT WEB DEVELOPER than others then PLEASE TEACH US YOUR METHODS MASTER!
xD

Don't trash someone's threads. If you did not learn anything from this thread then consider yourself superior & SIMPLY leave the thread. Instead of telling us your methods on the threads, Appreciate the poster, fix his mistakes if any.



AWESOME tutorial midori Smile Very nice Big Grin
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#5
The JS is not even required for this.
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@Niggidea,

People even don't read the posts properly. L.O.L
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(2013-07-21, 04:07 PM)Cedric Wrote: There is no need of TRASHING someone's thread.
Just consider it a NEW WAY or ANOTHER WAY to do so.

Perhaps if you consider yourself an EXPERT WEB DEVELOPER than others then PLEASE TEACH US YOUR METHODS MASTER!

Don't trash someone's threads. If you did not learn anything from this thread then consider yourself superior & SIMPLY leave the thread. Instead of telling us your methods on the threads, Appreciate the poster, fix his mistakes if any.

I don't see how writing the truth in my post makes me trash a thread.
If you want to learn, then read this:
[link]

I don't consider myself superior to any other web developer. It's you who is making a mountain out of a molehill and trying to misunderstand.

Besides, I did not direct that comment to you, must you try to get in the way of a bullet?
(I'm not intending of offending anybody by using that noun)
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(2013-07-22, 01:24 PM)ElectricShock Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 04:07 PM)Cedric Wrote: There is no need of TRASHING someone's thread.
Just consider it a NEW WAY or ANOTHER WAY to do so.

Perhaps if you consider yourself an EXPERT WEB DEVELOPER than others then PLEASE TEACH US YOUR METHODS MASTER!

Don't trash someone's threads. If you did not learn anything from this thread then consider yourself superior & SIMPLY leave the thread. Instead of telling us your methods on the threads, Appreciate the poster, fix his mistakes if any.

I don't see how writing the truth in my post makes me trash a thread.
If you want to learn, then read this:
[link]

I don't consider myself superior to any other web developer. It's you who is making a mountain out of a molehill and trying to misunderstand.

Besides, I did not direct that comment to you, must you try to get in the way of a bullet?
(I'm not intending of offending anybody by using that noun)
your work is nice and rainbow. but my work is different please see movies.
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@ElectricShock CSS3 animations don't work on IE8 and older versions of IE. A vast number of people still use IE8 so its good to have Js alternatives.
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@ElectricShock,

Learn to "Read, Understand & Apply" something.

You will not BECOME less than any of us if you accept something.
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