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Image Vortex Script - Works on almost any page.

Cory Maddox @ 10:36 am October 20th, 2006

If you want to have a little fun while browsing web pages, paste the following code into the address bar, replacing the loaded page’s address, and hit enter. Since I cannot seem to get the code to wrap properly on the blog, just triple click it to select it all, then copy. :)

javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200; DI=document.getElementsByTagName("img"); DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style; DIS.position='absolute'; DIS.left=(Math.sin(R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5)+"px"; DIS.top=(Math.cos(R*y1+i*y2+y3)*y4+y5)+"px"}R++}setInterval('A()',5); void(0);

Once it starts, even the links will still work. The effect is pretty awesome on pages with lots of images. Though you need a pretty good system to be able to do it if a page has high resolution images. :)

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7 Responses to “Image Vortex Script - Works on almost any page.”

  1. bucho Says:

    Hahaha… thats one of the best hacks I’ve seen in a while! :)

  2. Scott Says:

    Cool…. Doesn’t work on any of my firefox browsers though.

  3. Cory Maddox Says:

    Hmm, wonder why. I have tested it on Linux Firefox 1.5.07, Windows Firefox 1.0, 1.5, and 2.0 and got it to work fine. :)

  4. Scott Rippee Says:

    I’ve only tried it on windows firefox… one of them 1.5.07

  5. Scott Rippee Says:

    My firefox takes me here: http://www.quickbrowsersearch.com/search.cgi?k=YflNczTNW8S4CFtYZQi-TqJgE2*YTZWAgH8D5WpTHKXGVUO1-Gh0fIgXmLEpMyl4n8fq4DghEfqG6iaL9ImV24d3xrqQS5-a8TRH6BamBY5MPD7fpyIag1tZTa5SSDdJgBppRy3HuZ0Z1rfhxMl7xw0lFWDxIEyaWugpHuieCwQPGEQ70BD-Md8iiXROatn7IBVgeWHbh*K1vMkc50ibg0NaJWihHtRkshBothw*vkbDM8rLmGWM9zmdkB5New4zUdEZPy4mvucSmlrtK5O81UiPCBLZZPfbraA20t8Pix*vjXB-KMB872PJM1UZwFEwXtGY0RVYT6U0wRHZO*szyV0vu3wsEGtBuwwvW*Q5aMo1pZ372uEiljRniYKgNmRN7*bi-KxYmM1gvLremmoGJ3uoI*oU0Skxu3tKxCo*ZSsguzfjLL4z9pWZ2fmG*qyWFs4hBkB-Fd8wlml39dpUcIdlaYvWlPKcn6mqeuh4prERymwSCnoGdGfbWjo5JVugED2aEQ0sB-yGnF3f9mrps5-elPqOtxO*AfM6ezjwNCh2uyJ6zgsAsDuPdV*B9jXDH8yts2Lt8RGzqIHR7rrH7J8B0bbbsPtGetqdFIt8jJsIprx9zj-RqP-*jl0VmZZwWVHaFXGaLQjSZadyAy5jB0SKySMJZEtBqs32kBlgGXr2em6KN9Byi75t5hfpdaa6S3MWe3Ucxr3GVsdH7Qa-PvOS0centYTRbbuX*lATY0Wbz9vjKhlWEpen5VFnyY9slLtNfQ

  6. Cory Maddox Says:

    Hahahahahaha, you have hella spyware. :) Run Adaware, and Spybot Search and Destroy. Unless you meant to install Quick! Search. :)

    It is not working for you because Quick! Search is not recognizing a web page with the Javascript and searching instead.

  7. Scott Rippee Says:

    Ewww… That was on my familys computer.. On my linux firefox it just takes the pictures from the page and displays them at an angle. Crazy javascript

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