In web platform CSS text shadow property is very popular among web designers and front-end developers. In this post, we have take a look at 10 resources to get the most out of the text shadow CSS property.
CSS buttons are very cool and they are a nice way to use your CSS3 skills. In this great tutorial, you’ll learn how to create stunning buttons using text-shadow and a few other CSS3 properties.
Another nice text effect created using the text-shadow property. The page is in German, but fortunately everyone can understand the CSS code.
Some browsers allow multiple values to the text-shadow property, which allow you to create effects like this one. I don’t think I’ll implement that kind of effect on any of my websites, but I’m happy to know how I can do it.
Text embossing is very popular in the world of web design and front-end web development. Indeed, even if I’m quite bored to see it on so many websites, it looks very nice. it is also very easy to implement. Just read this tutorial and you’ll know how to do it.
The filter non-standard property, which has been created by Microsoft, can fix some compatibility issues with IE 6, 7 and 8. interesting article will show you how to efficiently use the filter property to create text effects similar to those you can get with text-shadow.
Although Mac OS X has a pretty good font rendering engine, bold text in Safari is often a bit dirty. Did you know that by using the text-shadow property you can create beautiful bold text? This article will show you how to.
Since text-shadow is a part of CSS3, some browsers (who said IE) have not implemented it yet, and some hacks need to be used to make it work properly.
Let’s start this list of tutorials with one that will definitely show you the potential of the text-shadow property. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a stunning (and very popular these days) text effect using CSS and the text-shadow property.