Method of applying one or more shadow or blur effects to text. With CSS3, an entire host of content shadow impacts are accessible for us to play with. In this article, we'll cover a portion of the impacts you can make with generally little CSS code. CSS3 content shadows can be connected to any content on the page. The linguistic structure for content shadows is as per the following:
content shadow:xPosition yPosition blurSize shading; Where:
xPosition is the level position of the content shadow with respect to the content. yPosition is the vertical position of the content shadow in respect to the content. blurSize is the extent of the shadows obscure. shading is the shading esteem – hex, rgb, rgba, hsl, hsla or named shading.
BROWSER SUPPORT FOR
CSS3 Text-shadow is compatible with Chrome browser version 4 to Chrome browser version 67.
Mozilla firefox browser version 2 and Mozilla firefox browser version 3 doesn't support this property.
CSS3 Text-shadow is compatible for Mozilla firefox browser version 3.5 to Mozilla firefox browser version 60.
Internet Explorer browser 6 to >Internet Explorer browser 9 doesn't support
CSS3 Text-shadow.Later version >Internet Explorer browser 10 and >Internet Explorer browser 11 supports this property.
Safari browser version 3.1 and 3.2 partially support this web element and partial support for Safari refers to supporting an older version of this web browser. Partial support in Safari 3.* refers to not supporting multiple shadows. Safari browser version 4 to Saafari browser version 11.1 support
This browser element is supported by all Microsoft Edge browser version.
Opera browser version 10.1 to Safari browser version 53 supports this property.
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