This is a Div Layout I designed. There is more information in the IMVU group, IMVU Codes. The code below will give you the setup for the boxes in the image below. Just fill in the content and you're set! When you are all done, adjust the br's so that your layout fits perfectly on your page (delete or add some as needed). This works best when put in the URL panel, and use the code that deletes your url inside the panel, so that you have a perfect clean slate. Again, for more information and a tutorial, see the IMVU Codes group. IMAGE: http://www.imvucodes.net/i/499529001252645854
This code will make snowflakes fall on your page! For best results, place in the highest panel of your page. This code was designed by Explicit, and he does not claim to own the snowflake image, nor do I. Enjoy, and happy holidays!
This code will give you rainbow text! The longer your text, the longer the colors go! :) Please note that I did not personally create this code, but am providing it via the IMVU Codes group, so thought it would be great here, too.
This is to make a more complicated iFrame. This has a main Frame, and then you can have buttons to lead to different pages. Awesome for customizing your homepage or product pages!The blue and gray sections are the same things, but in different formats. These are your buttons/links to your iFrame. Please note that in the code box, you do not need to copy the parts in the ! area. Those are for you to see clearly the different parts of the codes. Buttons: Option 1 code: Do not change the part that says target. This is a text link that you can make so that people can click to change the iFrame. Ex: My Products Option 2 code: Do not change the part that says target. this is the same thing, a link to change your iFrame, but this one can use an image. Ex: a button saying My Products. Frame: Don't change much, except for the width and height if you wish. The source you can change if you wish, I would suggest maybe your catalog page, or your homepage. For the buttons: You can create as many links as you want. just copy and paste them and change them as you wish.
This is not actually a code, you don't need one anymore. There are two ways to change your avatar picture, and I will explain both for you. Remember that pictures typically need to be 160x220 pixels in height and width, and there is a file size limit of 39KB. There is one way to get around the file size, so in the second method, you can use a picture up to 100KB (great if you want to use an animated image).
This is to make an iFrame, a window on your page into another website. :D Great for displaying your catalog page, and people can navigate inside that iFrame right within your page. The height and width may be adjusted to fit your needs.
This will make the pictures of items on your wishlist bigger, to their normal size in the catalog, 100x80.
This will give you an image anywhere you place the code, and you can give it an alternate image for when someone rolls their mouse over it. This can also be linked to somewhere if needed. **This code would be perfect for upgrading an "iFrame with Buttons". To make it a button, use the second code provided.**
This code will make visitor images on your page into grey scale, and then when someone hovers their mouse over the image, it will turn back to full color!
This is a great code for anyone wanting to display their banners. This code has the banner built in to display, AND a box below it with the code for people to take. You only need to change the linktopage and linktoimage parts. Please note: I have noticed that some URLs with spaces and odd characters ('s, %'s, #'s, etc) can make this code work improperly, but to fix it, all you need is to put the url that is broken into a tiny URL maker, like http://www.tinyurl.com and use the tinyurl in the code instead.