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[textbox with skinny border]
This is a html allowing textbox with a very skinny border that is black by the code (althought the word black can be changed to any color or hex code.) Make sure to change the # things by height and width to actual numbers of how big you want your textbox to be. You can use this for update boxes or layouts or whatever. <table border=0 bordercolor=white cellspacing=0><tr><td><table bgcolor=black cellspacing=0 cellpadding=1> <tr><td><table bgcolor=white cellspacing=0 cellpadding=1><tr><td><ilayer name="scroll1"> <div id="scroll3" style="width:#;height:#;background-color:white;overflow:auto">writing goes here! </textarea></div></table></table>
[transparent textbox]
This makes (another html allowing textbox) that you may see on a lot of pages now where you can kind of see through the textbox. It works well for layouts where you put the textbox on top of your picture. Make sure to change the # things to actual numbers you want for height and width. The background is currently white but can also be changed to any color or hex code, and if you want it more or less see through play around with the opacity=65 thing. <ilayer name="scroll1"><div id="scroll3" style="width:#;height:#;filter:alpha(opacity=65);background-color:white; overflow:auto">writing goes here!</textarea></div>
[add to favorites link]
Some people have asked me for this code before. Its like so when people click on it they can automatically add your site to their favorites list instead of clicking like buttons on their computer or whatever. Basically the same thing, but its just kinda cool to have. lol. Fill in the places in the code in all capital letters. You can change the 'click to bookmark' to whatever you want yoo. <script language="JavaScript"><!-- var bookmarkurl="YOUR SITE URL" var bookmarktitle="SITE NAME" function addbookmark(){ if (document.all) window.external.AddFavorite(bookmarkurl,bookmarktitle) }--></script><br><a href="javascript:addbookmark()">Click to bookmark</a>
[no expage ads]
This gets rid of most of the advertisements on expage. It also gets rid of the pictures by guestbook, mini quiz, all that stuff at the bottom. If you put it on any non-expage site you won't be allowed to see any pictures because its making the height and width of 'img src' things (the non-expage picture code) zero for both. But don't worry about it if you're putting it on expage. You don't need to alter this code in any way. <style type=text/css>img{height:0px;width:0px}</style>
[background color other than expage choices]
This isn't that important unless of course you are using a solid color background on expage and they don't have the exact color you want in their little color block. You can use any color name or hex code you know. I think it's self explanitory what you change in this code. lol. <style type=text/css>body{background:COLRONAME}</style>
[color scrollbar]
You know how everyone has those scrollbars that are cool colored rather than boring gray? Well heres the code incase you've never seen it anywhere else before. lol. <style type=text/css>body{scrollbar-face-color:COLORNAME;scrollbar-shadow-color:COLORNAME; scrollbar-highlight-color:COLORNAME;scrollbar-3dlight-color:COLORNAME;scrollbar-darkshadow-color:COLORNAME; scrollbar-track-color:COLORNAME;scrollbar-arrow-color:COLORNAME}</style> I'm gonna explain what everything there applies to so you know.. face is the top part of the scrollbar (on this page its pink), shadow is the inside skinny border line on the right side, highlight is the inside skinny border on the left side, 3dlight is the outside skinny border on the left side, darkshadow is the outside skinny border on the right side, track is the other big part of the scrollbar (like the bottom kinda.. on this page its white), and arrow is umm obvious. lol. You can replace 'colorname' in the code with any color or hex code you know.
[colorful dropdown box]
This is a drop down link box that has each line a different color. It looks much better than a regular colored dropdown box in my opinion. lol. I don't know how to explain it, so if you don't know what I mean and are interested, see my layout 32. In this code you need to put in the page urls, link names, colors, and if you wanna change the font name or size or the border style, go for it. <form name="gotolocation2" method="POST"> <select name="lissamenu4" size=1 style="font-family: verdana" style="color: black" style="border: outset" style="font-size: 9" style="background: #COLOR"> <option value="PAGE URL" style=background-color:;color:black>name</option> <option value="PAGE URL" style=background-color:#COLOR;color:black>name</option> <option value="PAGE URL" style=background-color:#COLOR;color:black>name</option> <option value="PAGE URL" style=background-color:#COLOR;color:black>name</option> <option value="PAGE URL" style=background-color:#COLOR;color:black>name</option> </select> <input type="button" style="font-family: verdana" style="color: #000000" style="font-size: 9"style="background: #COLOR" onClick="location = document.gotolocation2.lissamenu4.options [document.gotolocation2.lissamenu4.selectedIndex].value;" value="Go"></form>
[page border]
This gives a cool border thinger around the edge of your page. It can be as skinny or fat as you want it to be I guess. If you use a hex code for the color of the border you need to have the # thing in front of it. If you just use a color name, take it out. Also replace NUMBER with the thickness of border you want (1 being the smallest). <script language="JavaScript1.2">(document.all)"border:NUMBER solid #COLOR" </script>
[no angelfire ads]
This ones pretty self explanitory. I don't think you have to change anything in the code. <script language="Javascript"><!-- eval(unescape('%66%75%6E%63%74%69%6F%6E%20%53%63%72%65%65%6E%49% 74%28%75%72%6C%2C%6E%61%6D%65%2C%70%61%72%6D%29%7B%0D%0A% 69%66%28%75%72%6C%2E%69%6E%64%65%78%4F%66%28%22%2F%73%79%73% 2F%70%6F%70%75%70%5F%73%6F%75%72%63%65%2E%73%68%74%6D%6C%3F% 43%61%74%65%67%6F%72%79%3D%22%29%21%3D%2D%31%29%20%72%65%74% 75%72%6E%20%66%61%6C%73%65%3B%0D%0A%72%65%74%75%72%6E%20%77% 69%6E%64%6F%77%2E%58%6F%70%65%6E%28%75%72%6C%2C%6E%61%6D%65% 2C%70%61%72%6D%29%3B%0D%0A%7D%0D%0A%77%69%6E%64%6F%77%2E% 58%6F%70%65%6E%3D%77%69%6E%64%6F%77%2E%6F%70%65%6E%3B%20%20% 77%69%6E%64%6F%77%2E%6F%70%65%6E%3D%53%63%72%65%65%6E%49%74%3B')); //--></script>
[superscript and subscript]
Another self explanitory one. Makes writing either superscript or subscript. Fun stuff. lol. <sub>subscript</sub> <sup>superscript</sup> [textbox color change hover]
This is a fun code. Its kinda like the link hover where you can make the background change when your mouse is over it.. only this is with a html allowing textbox! In the code you need to replace the two # things with the height and width you want your textbox to be. Also, the two 'colornames' (you can use transparent as a color.. kinda nifty lol).. and then of course write stuff in the textbox. Cool for layouts and stuffs.. <ilayer name="scroll1"><div id="scroll3" style="width:#;height:#;onMouseOver="'COLORNAME';" onMouseOut="'COLORNAME';" background-color:white;overflow:auto">writing goes here!</textarea></div>
[cool expage guestbook]
I guess this only works on expage. What it does is instead of having the expage guestbook link go to another page to sign the guestbook, it has it like right on the page. This allows you to put whatever you want for people to fill in the boxes with. I'm not quite sure what you change in the code (like username wise) cuz I've never used this, but just play around with it or ask someone if you see they have it. <form method="post" action="/cgibin/freepage.cgi/"> <input type="hidden" name="PAGE_NAME" value="_______________EXusername________"> <input type="hidden" name="FC" value=""> <input type="hidden" name="SCREEN" value="g_sign"> <input type="hidden" name="html" value="/html/g_thank.htm"> <input name="GS_NAME" size="16" value="NAME"> <input name="GS_EMAIL" size="16" value="email"> <input type="text" name="GS_CITY" size="16" value=URL><br> <input name="GS_COMMENTS" size="55" value="Say What"> <br><input type="submit" value="Click"> <input type="reset" value="Oops"></form><br>
[textbox with a solid, dotted, or dashed border]
Makes a html allowing textbox that can have a border. It can be solid, dashed, dotted, inset, or outset (even though I didn't name the last two). You need to make the 2 heights and the 2 widths the same numbers as each other or it might look a bit odd. Also, border number, style (if you dont want it dashed), border color and the background color of the textbox. Don't forget to actually write in the textbox. You could use this for updates or blogs or layouts or whatever. <table style="border:NUMBER dashed COLOR" width=WIDTH><tr height=HEIGHT><td><ilayer name="scroll1"> <div id="scroll3" style="width:WIDTH;height:HEIGHT;background-color:COLORHERE; overflow:auto">TEXT HTML TEXT HTML</textarea></div></tr></td></table>
[page background fades from one color to another]
Allows you to have two solid colored backgrounds and one color fades into the other. Its pretty neat. The color fades on a diagonal slant, by the way. You just need to change the two COLORs. <style type=text/css>body{ (gradienttype=1,startcolorstr=COLOR 1,endcolorstr=COLOR 2);height:3}</style>
[scrollbar on opposite side]
This makes your scrollbar on the left side of the screen. The only problem is that it makes some other random things like backward too. You could use it if you have patience though. lol. It might be cool for a blog or frames or something. Its just like something neat and different to have. <body style="direction: rtl"></STYLE> Back Thanx