Since last friday, everyone in the USA is able to marry whoever they choose, with no restrictions to gender. Love wins, after all. Let's celebrate this by making the Internet more colorful.


Simply drag this to your bookmarks bar and click it to activate: Rainbow Googles

If that's not colorful enough, try this: Double Rainbow Googles

Where's my bookmarks bar?

Some browsers (like Chrome) don't show the bookmarks bar by default, so you'll have to figure out how to display it. If you're using Chrome, press Ctrl+Shift+B (if you're on a Mac or using Safari, use Cmd+Shift+B). On Firefox, check this site. If you're using other site, try searching the Internet, it should be easy.


On Friday, the 26th of June 2015, the gay rights movement had a major victory: the Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right to same-sex marriage. The news spread over the Internet in the moments following this decision with many people commemorating.

Soon after, the White House added the LGBT's rainbow flag to its Facebook profile image. Facebook developed a page where you could do the same to your picture, then many followed. Rainbows were everywhere, but only inside Facebook. This project brings them to the entire web.