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Old April 2nd, 2004, 04:57 PM
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CSS text-shadow property

Hi,

I have a question about text-shadow in CSS2. I've never used this before and couldn't figure it out. Can anyone help??

What I'm trying to do is a white text with red outline around the letters. I don't want to use an image, but create it with css.

My last try was:

.motto {
font : normal bold 14px Arial Black;
color : white;
text-shadow : 3px 3px 5px black, -3px -3px 5px black;
}

No shadow or outline on IE6 and NS 6.1, just white 14px Arial Black text.

Any ideas?? Also do you know of any browser bugs with this.

Thanks in advance.

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Old April 4th, 2004, 12:48 AM
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I doubt NS6.1 supports the property, and I know for sure that IE doesn't. IE6 is now 3 years old and does not do a good job of covering the CSS2 spec.

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Thanks for the reply. I tested with Opera 6 and Mozilla Firebird. If my code is right, they don't support either.

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Hi there!

Hi Everyone,Just found this site and thought it might be useful to chat to people who are trying to accomplish the same as me! I spend too much of my life on the internet and look forward to chatting to you all and picking up and sharing ideas along the way!Allan

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I don't understand what are you talking about... post is about CSS shadow and you talking somethig else...

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Internet explorer doesn't support text shadow property of CSS2. Test your code on Mozilla Firefox 3.1+, Opera 9.5+ or Chrome/Safari 1.1+. All these browser support this property.

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hi celel, Sorry for my low english language Speaking skill(Non-Native Language)

you're telling that you'll use text shadow selector and use it for making white letters' outside to look red, then it will not gonna happen, text shadow selector is used to drop the shadow right or left from the letters.
And the solution or your problem is use color overlay property in CSS.
Hoping this will help you

Best Of luck

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