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Snow that gently falls and gathers, with wind speed and direction determined by the mouse X position. Settings provided include: Number of snow particles on screen and active ("falling") at any time Configurable Animation tick rate Snow Color (with color picker) Snow by default is in the header, but can be configured to be in any HTML element ID, or within the document body. Snow "floor" can be set in pixels (the absolute pixel value at which the snow stops falling or sticks) Stickiness of snow (does it stick to the bottom of the window/element or not?) Twinkle effect - snow fades in and out as it goes down the screen Optional support for mobile devices (will be cruel to their CPU and battery!) Enjoy what is perhaps the second most useless plugin ever developed for IPS4!
Original BSD-licensed code for snowstorm provided by Scott Schiller (2007).
The Smashable Christmas Lights plugin adds a ridiculous, festive touch to any IPS4 website with a string of breakable, twinkling Christmas Lights.
A string of HTML5-implemented Christmas Lights which will slowly blink on and off randomly. Mousing over a light breaks the light and plays a glass breaking sound! Reloading the page restores the bulbs to like-new condition so you can have another go at them. Settings provided include: Toggle lights on and off without uninstalling the plugin. Adjustable in size from 32 to 100 pixels. Auto padding is provided to prevent lights from overlapping key IPS navigation elements. This can be toggled off if desired. Volume adjust for glass breaking sound, can be turned off completely Experimental, unsupported support for mobile devices (no sound, may overlap navigation) Enjoy what is perhaps the most useless plugin ever developed for IPS4!
Warning: Will slow down browsers considerably. No attempt has been or will be made at optimization. Only guaranteed to work with the vanilla IPS skin - problems have been reported with Google Fonts as contained in 3rd party themes/mods. What you see is what you get...take it or leave it.
Original BSD-licensed code for xmas lights provided by Scott Schiller (2007).