just put this code after <body> in the HTML and done, snow falling.
Hoped this helped, don’t want the long ass way? just go to tumblr.com/blog/(your blog name here)/settings and it’ll lead you straight to the icon changing page :)
Just click on the frames one by one then go to Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen
My life has become, like, 87 times easier ever since I learned that you can take the two numbers and the dot off of the url of a picture and it won’t be a grey box anymore.
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- Tweening frames
- Transition tutorial
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Go into the customize page and next to ‘Title’ just type in what you want it to say.
Then just save and like magic, it appears. You might have to refresh a few times for it to work.
I used one of these.
How to make templates! Some information on Tumblr photosets.
You need to make sure that the Topaz Clean Plug-In is in the actual ‘Plug-In’ Photoshop file. I found that it wasn’t so just copy and paste into the Plug-In file. You might need to make a new file under the Plug-In file and it should work.
All you gotta do is adjust the front size to a smaller size.
I used this one.