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phplugins_snowstorm [2014/12/17 05:20]
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  snowStorm.snowCharacter = "​•";​  snowStorm.snowCharacter = "​•";​
- snowStorm.snowColor = "#99ccff";+ snowStorm.snowColor = "#ffffff";
  
 </​script>​ </​script>​
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 } // END } // END
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 +If your website uses a white background, then you'll probably want to change the color of the snow so that it can be seen. Try #99ccff to make the snow a light shade of blue.
  
 Snowstorm can eat up a lot of CPU, even on modern computers, because of the number of elements being moved around the screen at once. Consider raising the animation interval, and lowering the amount of snowflakes (active and max) to help reduce CPU use, if necessary. Snowstorm can eat up a lot of CPU, even on modern computers, because of the number of elements being moved around the screen at once. Consider raising the animation interval, and lowering the amount of snowflakes (active and max) to help reduce CPU use, if necessary.
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