How to turn falling snow on (or off) your WordPress blog

This is helpful if you don’t want or do want snow on your blog. I’m avoiding all snowflake blogs for the duration due to sensory processing order that is associated with my autism. Thanks to BlogPad Pro for enlightening me on this subject.

I’ve just found the setting for mine, (I didn’t know my blog had one), and ensured it’s switched to off.

BlogPad Pro

It’s that time of year once again, where we’re all starting to feel some festive cheer, and you might have noticed falling snow appearing on some of your favourite WordPress.com blogs

Are you wondering how to turn this option on?

Go to your online dashboard > Settings > General

Scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll see “Show falling snow on my blog until January 4th” – simply check the box to turn on some festive falling snow.

Falling snow on WordPress

If you’ve suddenly discovered falling snow on your blog (maybe you turned this option on last year), simply uncheck the button to turn off.

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Author: yarnandpencil

I'm a Christian on the autistic spectrum blogging about life and my art/craft practice.

10 thoughts on “How to turn falling snow on (or off) your WordPress blog”

  1. I never knew this was even a thing. Lol Snow has not appeared on my blog as of yet, but if it does I will keep this tip in mind. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Thank you so much for this! I had added the snow falling effect to my AS blog, but after reading this, decided to turn it off. I’d been wondering how other AS peeps felt about it. Personally I love it because it’s mesmerizing and relaxing, almost like a visual stim for me, but I’m not surprised to learn that others find it sensory-overwhelming/distracting. So, I’ve kept them on my “other” blog (for miscellaneous topics), but taken them off my AS blog 👍🏼. Thank you again!! 😉💚💙

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