Social media explodes into rainbow colors

Users who write "PRIDE" with each letter in a separate spreadsheet column will trigger rainbow columns. This trick also works in Portuguese, Spanish and Japanese.

Within hours of Friday’s historic Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage, most social media websites changed their logos or homepage to celebrate.  Parsippany Focus was able to take these screenshots:

 

Mark Zuckerbook and millions of others changed their profile photo to include the rainbow flag with it's own "celebrate pride" tool.
Mark Zuckerbook and millions of others changed their profile photo to include the rainbow flag with it’s own “celebrate pride” tool.
A google search for "marriage equality" turns up this rainbow.
A google search for “marriage equality” turns up this rainbow.
Tumblr changed it's logo.
Tumblr changed it’s logo.
Twitter's new rainbow logo.
Twitter’s new rainbow logo.
vimeo
Vimeo.
The White House official website proudly displayed the rainbow flag.
The White House official website proudly displayed the rainbow flag.
The White House Facebook page.
The White House Facebook page.
The official Youtube channel page.
The official Youtube channel page.
The Linkedin logo showing off it's new colors.
The Linkedin logo showing off it’s new colors.

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