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The CSS3 text-shadow property has been around for some time now and is commonly used to recreate Photoshop’s Drop Shadow type shading to add subtle shadows which help add depth, dimension and to lift an element from the page. This isn’t all the text-shadow property is capable of though, by getting creative and playing around with the colours, offset and blurring we can create some clever and pretty cool text effects! Check out the six text effects of vintage/retro , inset , anaglyphic , fire and board game in the demo, then copy the code snippets below to use the effects in your own designs. Needless to say you’ll need a text-shadow supporting browser (Safari, Chrome, Firefox) to see them in all their glory. View the demo The text shadow CSS property is used to add shading to any text related HTML element.
The goal of this post is to harness some new functionality provided by CSS3 and move away from images. We are going to create a CSS3 login form without images yet still have a visually pleasing result. First lets begin with creating the HTML markup that makes up the login form. Start with the basic HTML page as I will not include that portion in the code. This is the basic markup with a few labels and Input elements. Now there are many different ways to markup the HTML you see above, but I tried to make it as simple as possible.
In this post we present an extensive round-up of Best CSS3 techniques, tools and resources that will help you learn how to use CSS3 in your designs right away. Show the comments and “read more” link on hover. No Jquery No Images No flash at all.