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CSS3 Text Shadows

CSS3 Text Shadows




Our journey to the world of shadows continues. If you missed the article, we explored the basics of using the box-shadow property. Today we are going to focus on the text-shadow. Just to remind you: both properties, while defined in different modules, actually work in a similar way. So if you are already familiar with the box-shadow you will easily understand the basics of the text-shadow’s art. Before we jump into the practice, let’s delve a little bit into the […]

CSS3 Multiple Backgrounds

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Our journey to the world of CSS3 shadows continues. Today we will focus on another interesting feature—how to use multiple backgrounds with CSS3. Backgrounds Composition There are many reasons why you may need to create a composition of multiple images to build your background. I think the most important are the following: to reduce bandwidth usage where the sum of the file sizes of separate images is less than the size of an image with merged layers (especially if your […]