A crazy twister effect in 256bytes of DHTML
p01<i id=d><script>setInterval('for(x=_="in solid #",E=Math,o=99,--O;o--;x+="<hr style=\'width:0;margin:auto;border-right:"+E.abs(q?p:P)+_+(9-q)*36+";border-left:"+E.abs(q?P:p)+_+(8+q)*36+"\'>")q=0>(p=E.cos(O+=22))*(P=E.sin(O));d.innerHTML=x',O=9)</script>
Yes, pulling this one was not easy.
How does it work
The twisting bar is rendered using
<hr> elements whose border and color follow a curve. The borders are
solid and sized fraction of
in hence the subtitle of this intro.
q=0>(p=E.cos(O+=22))(P=E.sin(O)) hits three birds. It computes and stores the length of both visible sides of the twisting bar in
P and check and stores which one goes left by compairing
With this three values the
border-left of the
<hr> element can style properly, setting the width to according to the visible sides of the bar and setting the color by casting
q like this
(8+q)36. Combined with the subtitle of this intro, this gives the colors
Hope this answers any questions you had about this effect.
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