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How to Add Falling Snowflakes in Your WordPress Blog

Have you seen sites adding snowflakes because of the holiday 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.

Adding Snowflakes in WordPress

First thing you need to do is install and activate the WP Super Snow plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you will notice the new ‘Super Snow’ menu item in your WordPress admin bar. Clicking on it will take you to plugin’s settings page.

WP Super Snow settings page

You need to click on ‘Yes enable Super Snow’ button to enable the plugin and click on the save all changes button at the bottom.

You can now visit your website to see snowflakes and snowfall in action.

Snowflakes in WordPress

The basic settings for the plugin would work for most websites. However, if you would like to change anything then you can click on the ‘Virtual Snow Blower’ tab.

Here you will be able to change the snowfall direction and upload your own images to be used for snowfall and snowflakes.

Advanced snowfall settings

We hope this article helped you learn how to add falling snowflakes in your WordPress blog. You may also want to see our list of 25 most useful WordPress widgets for your site.

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  1. I have installed wp-snow to try today and it looked amazing on chrome, but on safari it is awful. It just shows big blocks and hideous zigzag lines and doesn’t work at all. We had to remove it…..very disappointed…is there something I should have done to rectify this?.

  2. I’ve read a lot about how this created endless issues for accessibility for websites… You should definitely look it up.

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