Over the past few days, you would have noticed falling snowflakes on many of the websites you visit on the internet as it’s the holiday season. These snowflakes are added by bloggers and website owners to signify the arrival of winter season along with a countdown timer widget until Christmas or New Year eve.
Adding snowflakes to your WordPress powered sites is as simple as installing a plugin. If you don’t know how to add a plugin in WordPress, have a look at this step-by-step guide to installing a plugin by Syed Balkhi from WPBeginner.
How to add falling snow to WordPress
Install & activate the WP Snow Effect (free) or 5sec Snow (premium) plugin on your site to enable falling snowflakes on your WordPress website. These plugins make use of highly optimized code so that it doesn’t slow down your website for users. Though the WP Snow Effect plugin is enough to add falling snowflakes to your blog or website, it doesn’t offer many customization options out of the box.
That’s where the 5sec Snow plugin comes into action with highly customizable features like snow & flake customization, colorful presents, and ornaments, rotating effects, etc.
I hope this post helped you in learning how to add falling snowflakes to your WordPress powered site. You may also want to see my list of must-have WordPress plugins.