Nulled version download - "Snow 3D - Christmas jQuery Plugin"
Free download Snow 3D - Christmas jQuery Plugin !
- Easy integration to any site
- 200+ snowflakes included
- Animation smoothly fades when page scrolls down
- Setting to show animation once and save feature in cookie for session or number of days
- Hide button with custom styles and hiding modes: session and any number of days
- Shows any png sprite
- Modern and smooth animation
- IE11+ support
- Advanced 3D realism
- Live camera
- Fully Responsive
- Highly optimized code
- Extremely Comprehensive Documentation
- No Complicated HTML Structures
- Rigorously Tested on Actual Devices for Real World Performance Metrics
- Excellent Authors Experience over 10 years
Snow 3D is a premium multi-purpose jQuery library for smart, fast, modern and comfortable site decoration.
Do you want to decorate your page with modern, smart, unique and christmas snowflakes?
Do you want to attract customers and visitors with Chrismas atmosphere and wind of snowflakes or you just want some light and slow flakes of ane shape and size on your choice?
Our new Snow 3D! effect will make your page interesting and smart for users with amazing spirit of upcomihg Winter!
No one will stay indifferent to the smart and beautiful snow!!!
There are over 200 types of snowflakes, control of any speed and direction available for your choice!
Just install and enjoy beautiful winter on your page!
Snow 3D are friendly supported by responsive mode and touch on mobile devices. There is also simple and easy to understand jQuery settings, which provides perfect integration to existing code.
- Browsers: Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer 11+, Firefox and Opera
- Platforms: Android, iOS, Mac OS and Windows
It works in Mobile devices, enable mobiles in settings. If browser does not support WebGL, Canvas renderer will be used. If browser do not support plugin, it will be suspended without any actions.
v1.0.1 - December 3, 2014 + Added examples to documentation + Hide button disabling(closeButton: 0) v1.0.0 October 1, 2014 * First public version