FYU - Frick Your Users
FYU is a simple JS file which you can add to your site to make it an ever-living hell to use.
Getting the script
Getting the script is super easy, as it is hosted with jsDelivr (seriously that site is awesome!). All you need to do is put this at the end of the
body of your site:
Note: You can technically put it anywhere, but this script is pretty low priority to load.
Activating the Script
Actually using the script is really easy, but you might not want to use every function, so here's a litte guide:
loadElems()- This loads all of the elements currently on the page. You need to run this before you run any of the functions below (with the exception of
makeithell()) or else it will not work.
makeItHell()- You have no care for the world. Every knob at the max.
shiftHorizontalRandom()- Shifts each element randomly left or right 4 times per second
shiftVerticalRandom()- Shifts each element randomly up or down 4 times per second
shiftRandom()- Does both
rotateRandom()- Rotates each element randomly 4 times per second. Highly unreccomended as it can interfere with the shifting functions and just look exceptionally displeasing on it's own.
runAway()- Makes every element "run away" from the cursor when hovered over
colorsRandom()- Changes every element's color and background color every 2.5 seconds
opacityRandom()- Changes every element's opacity every 5 seconds
Selecting Certain Elements
Now, lets say you want some elements to stay unchanged, like if you have a div which pretty much contains the entire site. All you need to do is add the
dontNuke class to those HTML elements. For example, here is a
<p> which would be affected and one which wouldn't:
<p>Hello there! uwu</p>
<p class="dontNuke">Hello there! uwu</p>
If you would like to add your own nuking functions to this script, simply make a pr with the asyncronous function added to
fyu.js and the call to the said function inside of
makeItHell(). Don't worry about minifying
fyu.js, as I'll end up doing that myself. If the function(s) you add aren't asyncronous, I'll comment on your pr to make the change. The reason we want to do this is to not interfere with any other scripts or functions within this script.