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How To Change the Color of Your Bloglovin

Hello! Today's tutorial is something really awesome I came to discover while I coding my blog. :)


Here's the code:

<div style= "filter: hue-rotate(65deg)!important;-webkit-filter: hue-rotate(65deg);-moz-filter: hue-rotate(65deg);-ms-filter: hue-rotate(65deg);-o-filter: hue-rotate(65deg);">

YOUR ORIGINAL BLOGLOVIN' CODE

</div>

Note: this code was not written by me. I'm just sharing it because I thought it'd be helpful for you guys. :)

How it works:

This code applies a "hue rotation" on the gadget, changing how it appears. The "angle" defines the number of degrees around the color circle the gadget will be adjusted to. It's just like a regular circle, so 0deg causes no change, while 180deg make the color the opposite of what it was (for example, if 180deg is applied to the code above, it will turn the pink gadget green, because opposite the color pink on the color circle). The highest you can go is 360deg.

This takes some playing around with, so have fun and get creative. :)

If you have any comments, questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.

xx Nicole Rose

Note: I don't own this code and do not take credit for creating it. I found it surfing the web and thought it would be nice to share with my readers.

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