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Falling snow code for forum

Post by Violetstar on November 17th 2013, 12:18 am

None of the codes I have work and I have searched and searched in here but none of those seem to work either could someone please help me out with a code I can use for this year and save, thank you

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Re: Falling snow code for forum

Post by runawayhorses on November 17th 2013, 1:05 am

Go to AP>>Modules>>Javascript management:

On that page tick the box "Enable Javascript code management" to "Yes" and save your settings.

Then click Create a new javascript" and paste this code into the box. Then write a title for the javascript (can be anything you want) and tick the box "In all pages", then scroll to the bottom of the box and click "submit".

Code:
Snow Fall 1 - no images - Java Script
Visit http://rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/scripts/
 for this script and many more
*/

// Set the number of snowflakes (more than 30 - 40 not recommended)
var snowmax=35

// Set the colors for the snow. Add as many colors as you like
var snowcolor=new Array("#aaaacc","#ddddff","#ccccdd","#f3f3f3","#f0ffff")

// Set the fonts, that create the snowflakes. Add as many fonts as you like
var snowtype=new Array("Times","Arial","Times","Verdana")

// Set the letter that creates your snowflake (recommended: * )
var snowletter="*"

// Set the speed of sinking (recommended values range from 0.3 to 2)
var sinkspeed=0.6

// Set the maximum-size of your snowflakes
var snowmaxsize=30

// Set the minimal-size of your snowflakes
var snowminsize=8

// Set the snowing-zone
// Set 1 for all-over-snowing, set 2 for left-side-snowing
// Set 3 for center-snowing, set 4 for right-side-snowing
var snowingzone=1

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// CONFIGURATION ENDS HERE
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////


// Do not edit below this line
var snow=new Array()
var marginbottom
var marginright
var timer
var i_snow=0
var x_mv=new Array();
var crds=new Array();
var lftrght=new Array();
var browserinfos=navigator.userAgent
var ie5=document.all&&document.getElementById&&!browserinfos.match(/Opera/)
var ns6=document.getElementById&&!document.all
var opera=browserinfos.match(/Opera/)
var browserok=ie5||ns6||opera

function randommaker(range) {
  rand=Math.floor(range*Math.random())
  return rand
}

function initsnow() {
  if (ie5 || opera) {
  marginbottom = document.body.scrollHeight
  marginright = document.body.clientWidth-15
  }
  else if (ns6) {
  marginbottom = document.body.scrollHeight
  marginright = window.innerWidth-15
  }
  var snowsizerange=snowmaxsize-snowminsize
  for (i=0;i<=snowmax;i++) {
  crds[i] = 0;
  lftrght[i] = Math.random()*15;
  x_mv[i] = 0.03 + Math.random()/10;
  snow[i]=document.getElementById("s"+i)
  snow[i].style.fontFamily=snowtype[randommaker(snowtype.length)]
  snow[i].size=randommaker(snowsizerange)+snowminsize
  snow[i].style.fontSize=snow[i].size+'px';
  snow[i].style.color=snowcolor[randommaker(snowcolor.length)]
  snow[i].style.zIndex=1000
  snow[i].sink=sinkspeed*snow[i].size/5
  if (snowingzone==1) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright-snow[i].size)}
  if (snowingzone==2) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright/2-snow[i].size)}
  if (snowingzone==3) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright/2-snow[i].size)+marginright/4}
  if (snowingzone==4) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright/2-snow[i].size)+marginright/2}
  snow[i].posy=randommaker(2*marginbottom-marginbottom-2*snow[i].size)
  snow[i].style.left=snow[i].posx+'px';
  snow[i].style.top=snow[i].posy+'px';
  }
  movesnow()
}

function movesnow() {
  for (i=0;i<=snowmax;i++) {
  crds[i] += x_mv[i];
  snow[i].posy+=snow[i].sink
  snow[i].style.left=snow[i].posx+lftrght[i]*Math.sin(crds[i])+'px';
  snow[i].style.top=snow[i].posy+'px';

  if (snow[i].posy>=marginbottom-2*snow[i].size || parseInt(snow[i].style.left)>(marginright-3*lftrght[i])){
  if (snowingzone==1) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright-snow[i].size)}
  if (snowingzone==2) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright/2-snow[i].size)}
  if (snowingzone==3) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright/2-snow[i].size)+marginright/4}
  if (snowingzone==4) {snow[i].posx=randommaker(marginright/2-snow[i].size)+marginright/2}
  snow[i].posy=0
  }
  }
  var timer=setTimeout("movesnow()",50)
}

for (i=0;i<=snowmax;i++) {
  document.write("<span id='s"+i+"' style='position:absolute;top:-"+snowmaxsize+"'>"+snowletter+"</span>")
}
if (browserok) {
  window.onload=initsnow
}

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Re: Falling snow code for forum

Post by Violetstar on November 17th 2013, 1:22 am

Hmmm i've done that still nothing, it says something about 'do not edit below here' i've not edited anything, just copied and pasted everything in the box straight in, I don't understand the codes or how they work, i've just used something like a link in the past copied and pasted into forum description

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Re: Falling snow code for forum

Post by runawayhorses on November 17th 2013, 1:34 am

Take a look at this topic, however when I looked at the demo's none of them were working, but they might if youi add them to your forum the ones in the demos could have been removed. Is this where you seen the codes before?

http://help.forumotion.com/t59542-tuesday-tip-decorate-your-forum-for-christmas

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Re: Falling snow code for forum

Post by Violetstar on November 17th 2013, 1:40 am

Not in that thread no but I can't see any codes in there, tried countless others from around the support forum though, perhaps it's me doing something wrong lol! Thanks for your help

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Re: Falling snow code for forum

Post by runawayhorses on November 17th 2013, 1:41 am


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