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Let it Snow
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I have very terribly added snow to this website for the holidays. See the CSS for how I did this, it's really low-tech. Feel free to steal this trick, it is low-effort for maximum niceness. I have the background-color of the snowframe class identical to the background-color of the main page. This and opacity: 1.0 seems to be the ticket.
Happy holidays, all.
More detailed usage:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/css/snow.css" />
<!-- The rest of your page here -->
Then you should have content not being occluded by snow.
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