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How to Add Falling Snowflakes in Your WordPress Blog

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How to Add Falling Snowflakes in Your WordPress Blog

Have you seen sites adding snowflakes because of the winter season? It is a common trend to change site design or add minor updates to reflect the specific season. On most websites, we see this type of effect in the winter season. In this article, we will share how you can add falling snowflakes in your WordPress Blog.

First you need to download NKSnow Plugin and activate it.

There will be an option added under the Settings Tab called “Snow and More”. The settings page will look like this:

NKSnow, Snow and More Settings Page

As you can see, that this plugin is a lot more than just snow. Thus it is called Snow and More. You can use it in the fall season and on birthdays as well.

To add more custom tweaks to your website during holidays, check out our guide on how to spread the holiday spirit with your WordPress site.

Do you want to add the snow effect to your WordPress blog? Well then download:

NKSnow Plugin


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Comments

  1. Kathleen says:

    FYI – the link that says “See live demo of this plugin” is no longer working. The page says they dont use wordpress anymore.

    • WPBeginner Support says:

      Thanks Kathleen, we have updated the article with a new link to a more recent article.

  2. Antoine Semerad says:

    Wow! Been looking for this.

  3. Dianne McLean says:

    Love it, thanks!

  4. Stefan Johansson says:

    How how how…, it’s christmas soon. But isn’t this a bit of the 90’s?

    • Editorial Staff says:

      Sure it’s a bit 90’s but there is nothing wrong taking it back in time for a week or so.

      • Stefan Johansson says:

        I didn’t say that! It’s great for anyone who want to add some nostalgia to it’s blog.
        I think it’s really cool that some one want to develope a plugin that can take us back in time. :-)

  5. Dale O'Donnell says:

    I was only thinking about this feature earlier because I added it to one of my forums last year which was powered by MyBB. Awesome effect!

  6. Paul says:

    I just started using WordPress and love it. I like the fact you can easily update it with current info.

    Thanks for the snowflake article — I’m going to use it. I spent 2 hours looking for it, now I’ve bookmarked your site. Great info. Thanks, and Merry Christmas.

  7. abdelhafid says:

    sweet … merry Christmas every one …

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