We present you a premium wordpress plugin which will enhance your webpage. WordPress Falling snow Plugin allows you to display a falling snow animation over your existing images or banners. You can add falling snow animation to any image on your website with a shortcode that is added in the post or page. You can also add it to the widget. For more informations please visit: http://premiumcoding.com/wordpress-falling-snow-plugin/
The options page allows you to change the Flash movie’s dimensions, number of snow,…
- Make sure you’re running WordPress version 2.3 or better. It won’t work with older versions.
- Download the zip file.
- Go to your WordPress admin panel and select “Plugins”.
- Click on button “Add new” and on next page click upload. Now browse for the zip file “wordpress-falling-snow.zip” mentioned above and click Install now.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to Appearance/Widgets and add your plugin to your sidebar
- See ‘Settings->WP-snow’ to adjust things like display size, etc…
- How to insert calendar in post or page?
You can insert it into widget (settings from admin applies).
If you wish to insert it into post or page please use the following shortcode:
[snow id=1 custom=1 width=300 height=300 upload_image=url number_snow=50 rotationtype=2D path=http://premiumcoding.com]
id should be unique when you use more then one instance of the plugin in the same post or page.
Set custom = 1 if you wish custom settings in post or page, if set to 0 settings from wordpress admin will be used.
Width and height defines the size of the banner, values should be the same as those of the image used.
upload_image defines the exact url address of the image you wish to use.
number_snow defines the number of snowflakes that appear on the image/banner.
rotationtype allows you to choose between 2D and 3D rotations.
path defines where the external url points to. Set a url that users will get redirect to on click.
- Where to get support?
Please visit our site http://premiumcoding.com/wordpress-falling-snow-plugin/ for more information. If you still need support visit our support forums or email us at info(@).premiumcoding.com
- How to change size of banner ads (images)?
Simply set parameter width and height to desired value. Or you can also set size in the shortcode.
- My theme/site appears not to like this plugin. It’s not displaying correctly.
There are a number of things that may prevent WordPress-falling-snow from displaying or cause it to display a short message about how it needs the Flash plugin.
- In 99% of all cases where this happens the issue is caused by markup errors in the page where the plugin is used. Please validate your blog using validator.w3.org and fix any errors you may encounter.
- Older versions had issues with PHP 5.2 (or better). This has been fixed, so please upgrade to the latest version.
- I’d like to change something in the Flash movie, will you release the .fla?
Flash version of the file is currently available here: http://activeden.net/item/xml-falling-snow/60796 .If plugins gets a lot of downloads I will make it available for free on WordPress.
- Some characters are not showing up
Because of the way Flash handles text, only Latin characters are supported in the current version. This is due to a limitation where in order to be able to animate text fields smoothly the glyphs need to be embedded in the movie. The Flash movie’s source code is available for download through Subversion. Doing so will allow you to create a version for your language. There’s a text field in the root of the movie that you can use to embed more characters. If you change to another font, you’ll need to edit the Tag class as well.
Contributors & Developers
“WordPress Falling Snow Plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Initial release version.
- Added external URL on click. You can now set the external URL for each one of the banners.
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