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Rainbow and custom gradient effects on your name. [[Namecolor]], [[Nameglow]] and [[colors|color powers]] are required for Namegrad to function.
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Rainbow and custom gradient effects with your Namecolor.
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You must use at least two colors in your namegrad code, otherwise it will use default colors.
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'''Note:''' '''[[<tvar|1>Special:MyLanguage/Namecolor</>|Namecolor]]''' and '''[[<tvar|2>Special:MyLanguage/Nameglow</>|Nameglow]]''' are required for Namegrad to function.
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== Usage ==
  
 
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Code for custom gradient (code is included after display name): '''(glow#0#grad#r#g#r90)'''
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An example of a code for a custom gradient (the code is entered into your display name) is '''(glow#0#grad#r#g#r90)''', where:
  
 
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<tvar|code>* '''glow#0''' -</> Glow effect for your gradient, replace 0 with a hex code to set a nameglow.
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<tvar|code>* '''glow#0''' -</> Glow effect for your gradient. Replace 0 with a hex code to set a Nameglow, or leave it at 0 for no glow.
  
 
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<tvar|code>* '''grad#r#g''' -</> Two color gradient, begins with red and ends with green.
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<tvar|code>* '''grad#r#g''' -</> Two color gradients, beginning with red and ending with green.
  
 
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<tvar|code>:*'''grad#r#g#b#000#fff''' -</> In this example 5 colors are used in the following order: red, green, blue, black, white.
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<tvar|code>:*'''grad#r#g#b#000001#ffffff''' -</> In this example, 5 colors are used in the following order: red, green, blue, black then white.
  
 
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<tvar|code>* '''r90''' -</> Rotates the gradient 90 degrees clockwise (vertical gradient).
 
<tvar|code>* '''r90''' -</> Rotates the gradient 90 degrees clockwise (vertical gradient).
 
  
 
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To produce a rainbow gradient, simply type: <tvar|code>(glow#0#grad#s1)</>
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<tvar|code>* '''s1''' -</> Shifts the gradient to the right. The higher the number, the more it shifts.
  
 
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<tvar|code>* '''s1''' -</> Shifts the gradient to the right. The higher the number, the more it shifts.
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To produce a rainbow gradient, simply put <tvar|code>(glow#0#grad)</> in your name.
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== Generator ==
  
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For better visualization and creation of your code, use [https://fexbots.com/tools/namegrad this generator].
<tvar|1>{{hex colors}}</>
 
 
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namegrad.png (NAMEGRAD) - Gradient namecolor EPIC

Display name with a two-color gradient.

Rainbow and custom gradient effects with your Namecolor.

You must use at least two colors in your namegrad code, otherwise it will use default colors.

Note: Namecolor and Nameglow are required for Namegrad to function.

Usage

An example of a code for a custom gradient (the code is entered into your display name) is (glow#0#grad#r#g#r90), where:

  • glow#0 - Glow effect for your gradient. Replace 0 with a hex code to set a Nameglow, or leave it at 0 for no glow.
  • grad#r#g - Two color gradients, beginning with red and ending with green.
You can use up to 15 colors at once to produce gradient effects.
  • grad#r#g#b#000001#ffffff - In this example, 5 colors are used in the following order: red, green, blue, black then white.
  • r90 - Rotates the gradient 90 degrees clockwise (vertical gradient).
  • s1 - Shifts the gradient to the right. The higher the number, the more it shifts.

To produce a rainbow gradient, simply put (glow#0#grad) in your name.

Generator

For better visualization and creation of your code, use this generator.