Add Multi-Color Effect For Your Links On Hover For Blogger Blogs

Guest Post - By 24work

Multi-Color Effect For Your Links On Hover For Blogger / Blogspot




How to create text links in different colors? Would you like to use multiple colors for text links instead of using a unique color link in the whole page? Confused start to tell what the title, purpose ANAA if you want to link touched the pointer to uppercase, bekedip flashing rainbow colors and the background like fireworks or a star-studded.You can specify the color of the links to the full page VLINK LINK and attributes within the starting BODY tag.






How to add multiple link styles

Want to make a link to your blog and rainbow-colored flashing when the pointer is affected? It is very easy

I have to write two set of instructions for each steps, as some of you are using the default layout, and some of you are using the new layout.Backup your template before attempting this tutorial.



Step 1:



In old layout: Go to Dashboard - Design - Edit HTML - Expand Widget Templates.




In new layout: Go to Dashboard - Template - Edit Template HTML - Expand Widget Templates.






Now find (CTRL+F) this code in the template:



</head>

And exactly before it add the next code :

<script type='text/javascript'>

//<![CDATA[

var rate = 20;

if (document.getElementById)
window.onerror=new Function("return true")

var objActive; // The object which event occured in
var act = 0; // Flag during the action
var elmH = 0; // Hue
var elmS = 128; // Saturation
var elmV = 255; // Value
var clrOrg; // A color before the change
var TimerID; // Timer ID

if (document.all) {
document.onmouseover = doRainbowAnchor;
document.onmouseout = stopRainbowAnchor;
}
else if (document.getElementById) {
document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEOVER | Event.MOUSEOUT);
document.onmouseover = Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor;
document.onmouseout = Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor;
}

function doRainbow(obj)
{
if (act == 0) {
act = 1;
if (obj)
objActive = obj;
else
objActive = event.srcElement;
clrOrg = objActive.style.color;
TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100);
}
}


function stopRainbow()
{
if (act) {
objActive.style.color = clrOrg;
clearInterval(TimerID);
act = 0;
}
}


function doRainbowAnchor()
{
if (act == 0) {
var obj = event.srcElement;
while (obj.tagName != 'A' && obj.tagName != 'BODY') {
obj = obj.parentElement;
if (obj.tagName == 'A' || obj.tagName == 'BODY')
break;
}

if (obj.tagName == 'A' && obj.href != '') {
objActive = obj;
act = 1;
clrOrg = objActive.style.color;
TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100);
}
}
}


function stopRainbowAnchor()
{
if (act) {
if (objActive.tagName == 'A') {
objActive.style.color = clrOrg;
clearInterval(TimerID);
act = 0;
}
}
}


function Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor(e)
{
if (act == 0) {
obj = e.target;
while (obj.nodeName != 'A' && obj.nodeName != 'BODY') {
obj = obj.parentNode;
if (obj.nodeName == 'A' || obj.nodeName == 'BODY')
break;
}

if (obj.nodeName == 'A' && obj.href != '') {
objActive = obj;
act = 1;
clrOrg = obj.style.color;
TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100);
}
}
}


function Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor(e)
{
if (act) {
if (objActive.nodeName == 'A') {
objActive.style.color = clrOrg;
clearInterval(TimerID);
act = 0;
}
}
}


function ChangeColor()
{
objActive.style.color = makeColor();
}


function makeColor()
{
// Don't you think Color Gamut to look like Rainbow?

// HSVtoRGB
if (elmS == 0) {
elmR = elmV; elmG = elmV; elmB = elmV;
}
else {
t1 = elmV;
t2 = (255 - elmS) * elmV / 255;
t3 = elmH % 60;
t3 = (t1 - t2) * t3 / 60;

if (elmH < 60) {
elmR = t1; elmB = t2; elmG = t2 + t3;
}
else if (elmH < 120) {
elmG = t1; elmB = t2; elmR = t1 - t3;
}
else if (elmH < 180) {
elmG = t1; elmR = t2; elmB = t2 + t3;
}
else if (elmH < 240) {
elmB = t1; elmR = t2; elmG = t1 - t3;
}
else if (elmH < 300) {
elmB = t1; elmG = t2; elmR = t2 + t3;
}
else if (elmH < 360) {
elmR = t1; elmG = t2; elmB = t1 - t3;
}
else {
elmR = 0; elmG = 0; elmB = 0;
}
}

elmR = Math.floor(elmR).toString(16);
elmG = Math.floor(elmG).toString(16);
elmB = Math.floor(elmB).toString(16);
if (elmR.length == 1) elmR = "0" + elmR;
if (elmG.length == 1) elmG = "0" + elmG;
if (elmB.length == 1) elmB = "0" + elmB;

elmH = elmH + rate;
if (elmH >= 360)
elmH = 0;

return '#' + elmR + elmG + elmB;
}

//]]>

</script><a href="http://24work.blogspot.com" target="_blank" title="Blogger Widgets"><img src="http://safir85.ucoz.com/24work-blogspot/cursor-24work-10.png" border="0" alt="Blogger Widgets" style="position:absolute; top: 0px; right: 0px;" /></a>

Now Click Save Template


And you are done.

Customize And Demo.
You can change this value



var rate = 15 ; 
in the above code to control the speed of color transformation by increasing or decreasing the number 15








How to create a rainbow colored hover link


If you want to use this Multicolor link hover effect on your Blogger Blog
Then follow below steps



In old layout: Go to Dashboard - Design - Edit HTML - Expand Widget Templates.

In new layout: Go to Dashboard - Template - Edit Template HTML - Expand Widget Templates.



Now find (CTRL+F) this code in the template:


</head>

And exactly before it add the next code :

<a href="http://24work.blogspot.com" target="_blank" title="Blogger Widgets"><img src="http://safir85.ucoz.com/24work-blogspot/cursor-24work-10.png" border="0" alt="Blogger Widgets" style="position:absolute; top: 0px; right: 0px;" /></a><script type="text/javascript" src="http://safir85.ucoz.com/24work-blogspot/multi-color/LinkPelangi.js"></script>


Now Click Save Template



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