Have you ever noticed that when you visit some websites, you see a falling snow effect (like what you seeing now on my website). It’s the season to be jolly and falling snow effect are on couple of the websites on the internet to indicate the Christmas season.
In the back of your mind, you probably think it’s a very difficult task to do by using some CSS codes to create that snow effect. Well, it’s not! In today’s tutorial, I’m gonna show you how to create a falling snow effect on your WordPress website.
Why Falling Snow Effect on My Website?
I don’t know about you, but I put it on my website because it’s one of the happiest time of the year and it’s a cool effect that brings life to your blog or website. Seeing snow falling on my website brings joy to my soul that will probably inspire your readers to read your post to the end and hopefully leave a comment (lol).
How to Create the Falling Snow Effect in WordPress
As I said earlier, it’s not difficult to create and this probably could take you couple seconds to create. Thank God for WordPress for integrating it in their platform for us so that we do not have to use any CSS codes to create it. So lets get down to business!
- Log into your WordPress admin panel.
- Scroll down and hover over the Settings tab.
- Click General.
- Under General Settings, scroll down until you see a check box with the title Snow on the left hand side.
- Click the check box (Show falling snow on my blog until January 4th).
- Click Save Changes.
That’s it! Guys you see how easy it is. No coding involved, no typing, no copying and pasting whatsoever. Just few clicks of the mouse.
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