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&base64css

Lets you add css to the URL, but as a single string, so no external reference to a file is needed
General Option! (&push, &room, &view, &scene)

Aliases

  • &b64css
  • &cssbase64
  • &cssb64

Options

Example: &base64css=JTIzbWFpbm1lbnUlN0JiYWNrZ3JvdW5kLWNvbG9yJTNBJTIwcGluayUzQiUyMCVFMiU5RCVBNA
Value
Description
(string)
Custom base64 string

Details

This command lets you add CSS to VDO.Ninja via the URL, but as a single string, so no external reference to a file is needed.
Example usage: https://vdo.ninja/?base64css=JTIzbWFpbm1lbnUlN0JiYWNrZ3JvdW5kLWNvbG9yJTNBJTIwcGluayUzQiUyMCVFMiU5RCVBNA You can create the base64 encoding using btoa(encodeURIComponent(csshere)), for example window.btoa(encodeURIComponent("#mainmenu{background-color: pink; ❤" ));
Will return the base64 encoded string required. Special non-latin characters are supported with this approach; not just latin characters.
The https://invite.vdo.ninja/ tool has an option to do these base64 encoding steps under "General Options".
Last modified 1yr ago