What have you always wanted to do in a welcome message?


#61

Is there a way to make Javascript popups have different buttons other than ok and cancel? Such as for the server voting popup?


#62

Nope. Not the native browser popup at least.

It is possible to make your own “popup” and style however you like, but you can’t modify the browser’s default confirm / alert implementations.


#63

Something I have always wanted is a working auto updating staff list
(Auto-updating .txt file)


#64

I think I have done somthing like this before. You could probably host a .txt file on box.com (they are the only ones I could find that worked in iframes) and have it display in an iframe on the welcome message. Bibliophile probsbbly has a better suggestion for this though.


#65

This isn’t possible without a much more complicated solution… You’d have to have a device constantly watching the owner portal for changes to the staff list and updating a file somewhere that you can display. It’s possible, sure, but it would be much less work to update it manually.


#67

That’s an easy one:

<style>
  #spoiler {
    color: #fff;
  }
</style>

#72

Fairly easy again:

<script>
  var spoiler = document.getElementById('spoiler')
  spoiler.innerHTML += 'Extra stuff'
</script>

#75

I can’t figure out how to get text on the welcome message. :thinking:
On a more serious note, well I had one until I figured out I put a space in the wrong place.


#76

Why doesn’t this work?
image


#77

That colon is probably supposed to be a slash.

I can’t test it to be sure though as I refuse to type that out by hand - if you include the code as text I can look into it


#78

@Bibliophile
<audio autoplay>
<source src= "https://m.soundcloud.com:chopin-frederic/raindrop-prelude.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">
</audio>

If I’ve made a mistake sorry I’m just trying to help out lol


#79

I just took a look at this - you can’t link to soundcloud for an audio file. They don’t allow it. If you want to use that song you need to find a different source, or host it yourself.


#80

Oh, ok. Thanks!


#82

That’s pretty easy, this will be both letters & numbers, but only lowercase letters.

<script>
alert(Math.random().toString(36).substr(2, 6))
</script>

#85

paste this where you want it.

<div id="support-code">
  hi
</div>
<script>
document.getElementById("support-code").innerText = Math.random().toString(36).substr(2, 6)
</script>

if you want it to only display when tapped, use this:

<div onclick="innerText = Math.random().toString(36).substr(2, 6); removeAttribute('onclick')">
  click to reveal code.
</div>

#88

this thread is so awesome!! is there anyone who is willing to help me with my welcome?

this looks amazing @nothingwhatsoever :heart_eyes:


#90

…oh well then…then it looks rubbish…:joy::joy::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#91

I don’t think I ever joined Atmos, no clue what that WM looked like.

Moving individual letters isn’t possible without a lot more markup. Fading backgrounds in can be done with basically the code I posted earlier for fading between slideshows.


#92

Merged consecutive posts. If you wish to add to a thread within an hour of your last post to it, and nobody else has posted, please edit that last post rather than creating new ones.


#93

Just ask the almighty God @Bibliophile anything you want to do in a WM!