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3 Ways to Add Falling Snow Animation to a Divi Website

3 Ways to Add Falling Snow Animation to a Divi Website

I have a law that I abide by. I call it Monti’s First Law of Temporal Proximity to Christmas. Said law dictates that no Christmas decorations shall be put up and no Christmas music shall be played before Thanksgiving dinner. It’s purpose is to help ensure that the festivity and (desirable) accoutrements of the season are savored rather than ridden into the ground like a tired old mule (as the commercial powers that be in our world are wont to do). But for you, dear friends and Divi enthusiasts the world over, I am breaking my law. I’m going to show you 3 simple ways to decorate your Divi website for the holidays with some animated falling snow. Watch the Video Tutorial Written Instructions Method #1: Set it and forget it with the Snow Storm plugin. The Tribulant Snow Storm plugin makes it about as easy as it could possibly be to add animated snowfall to your site. Simply install the plugin, activate it, and you’ve got snow. The one drawback with this plugin is that when the body of your site loses focus, the snow simply stops in place. So if you click away from the browser window, you’ll get a bunch of dots all over your screen rather than a smooth falling snow animation. In my experience with the myholidayecards.com sample site, this behavior also occurs when the user clicks on iframe content, like embedded YouTube videos. These behaviors might not be an issue for you, in which case the Snow Storm plugin may be a great fit. Although I love the Snow Storm plugin and have...