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Installing the plugin as a zip file

Login to your WordPress administration page.
Go to Plugins > Add New > Upload
Select vintagecss.zip
Once uploaded, click on activate.

Installing the plugin as a folder

Using your ftp software, go to “wp-content/plugins/”
Upload the folder named “vintagecss”
Login to your WordPress administration page.
Go to Plugins, click on activate.

How to change the effects ?

First, login to your WordPress administration page.
Make sure the VintageCSS plugin has been activated.
Go to Settings > Vintage CSS

You will notice 6 options : lomo, flicker, dirt, damage, lines and speed.

Lomo adds 4 corners to your page (top-left, top-right, bottom-left and bottom-right) to emulate a projector.

Flicker changes the overall opacity to simulate a flicker effect commonly seen in old vintage movies.

Dirt adds some random particles as seen when movie reels are dusty. Damage adds some random film damage which happened due to the chemicals used to create the reel. This option can be set to none to disable that option, light to add small damage with a low opacity or heavy to simulate a badly damaged reel.

Lines adds some random “left to right” lines to emulate 8mm projectors. This option can be set to none to disable that option, light to add lines with a low opacity or heavy to use a strong opacity.

Speed is the refresh rate of the effects. A correct value is between 300 and 450 (milliseconds) for values below this range may use a lot of ressources from your server.

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