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Snowflake effect with jQuery


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Here's a quick way to add a snow effect to your IP.Board installation without having to use a plugin, so it works on most versions.


Save (CTRL+S) and then Upload the js scripts to your FTP in a location where you can easily find them. For this tutorial we'll just use /uploads/, since my time really digging into IPS4 has been so short i couldn't think of a better location.


Inserting the Snow Script (IPS 4)
Go to Customization > Appearance > Themes and hit the "Edit HTML and CSS" button. You should now be in "globalTemplate".

Just before the </head> line, make a new line and copy paste this code:

<script src='/uploads/snowfall.jquery.min.js'></script>
   $( document ).ready(function() {
     $(document).snowfall({shadow : true, round : true,  minSize: 5, maxSize:8});


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