Pride Codes

Description provides a collection of simple widgets for businesses to add to their sites. We want businesses to actively show their support for their LGBTQI+ friends & colleagues.

The Marriage equality campaign is about the values we hold dear. All Australians (or people from any country, for that matter) should be treated equally under the law — and that includes being able to marry the person they love.

Fairness and equality are at the heart of Australian society. We believe our laws should reflect these values of which we are most proud. It’s time for all Australians to be treated equally under the law, with the full rights of equal citizenship.

Marriage is about the commitment shared between two people who love each other and want a secure future together. LGBTI Australians should have the same opportunities for love, commitment and happiness as everyone else.

For more information about the Marriage Equality campaign, please make sure you visit

For more information about the Pride.Codes, head over to


  • #VoteYes Pride Corner (Left Aligned)
  • #VoteYes Pride Corner (Right Aligned)
  • Simple Pride Strip
  • Simple “Pride Codes” Corner
  • Simple Pride Corner
  • Wear it Purple Pride Codes Corner
  • Wear it Purple Australia Corner
  • Pride Codes Settings


  1. Upload the ‘pride-codes’ folder to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to the ‘Settings > Pride Codes’ menu to update the plugin settings


What is this for? is a collection of simple web widgets that allow you to show your support for marriage equality and the LGBTIQ+ community. We want to help technologists worldwide fly the rainbow flag and make the internet a brighter place.

Who wrote the script?

The scripts that this plugins uses were developed by Australian developer, Jack Skinner. All the code is MIT licensed and can be found on Jack’s Github page.

Who created the designs?

Like the script, all images are courtesy of Jack Skinner.

How are the banners displayed?

The corner banners are fancy shmancy svg’s and the horizontal strip is css. No images are used at all so they look great no matter what resolution you’re displaying.


April 27, 2024 1 reply
The result is nice and there are several possibilities. Can also be used to revamp a website with a pretty thin and discreet rainbow-colored watermark
September 19, 2017 1 reply
Well done guys, a neat little plugin. It works perfectly and is a simple, effective way to show support. Thank you for your work. Maeve
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Contributors & Developers

“Pride Codes” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Update version due to .org svn issues


  • Fixed text on settings page


  • Added new ‘Wear it Purple’ Pride Code corners


  • Added escaping and translation mods. Props @peterwilsoncc


  • Initial version. Yay!