How to make the EoF not upside down

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Step one: Open you browser's js console
Step two: Paste and run the following:
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var lelelel = document.getElementsByTagName('body');
for (var i = 0, l = lelelel.length; i < l; i++) {
  lelelel[i].style = 'transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -o-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -ms-transform: rotate(0deg) !important;'
}
Step three: Done!
 

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The is actually multiple
How can there be multiple ``<body>`` tags? I've never seen a site with more than 1.

My JS is rusty, but I believe the document.getelementswhatever function call just returns an array of the tag you specified. Accessing it at index 0 should suffice.
 

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How can there be multiple ``<body>`` tags? I've never seen a site with more than 1.

My JS is rusty, but I believe the document.getelementswhatever function call just returns an array of the tag you specified. Accessing it at index 0 should suffice.
That's what I originally tried, didn't work
 

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That's what I originally tried, didn't work
must've been something else.


Code:
var lelelel = document.getElementsByTagName('body');
lelelel[0].style = 'transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -o-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -ms-transform: rotate(0deg) !important;'
you sure?
 

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must've been something else.


Code:
var lelelel = document.getElementsByTagName('body');
lelelel[0].style = 'transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -o-transform: rotate(0deg) !important; -ms-transform: rotate(0deg) !important;'
you sure?
Huh, wonder why I did not work the first time I did it. Oh well, even though my code had unnecessary parts to it, it worked, and that's all that mattered.
 
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How can there be multiple ``<body>`` tags? I've never seen a site with more than 1.

My JS is rusty, but I believe the document.getelementswhatever function call just returns an array of the tag you specified. Accessing it at index 0 should suffice.
He's actually right, even though of course, if it's the initial body tag that's flipped, that will be enough to unflip. There are multiple bodies here cause the text box, for example, runs in it's own iframe.
 

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