And nary a background image was seen that day.
(Except for one to create that folded image shadow.)
11 months ago
That inner shadow seems a bit too strong...
@Ari YOUR FACE IS TOO STRONG. (Jk, I agree.)
Not even for the triangle? DO TELL?!
@Matthew Spiel Blog post time!
Also @Matthew Spiel You can also just cheat and use: http://cssarrowplease.com/. ;)
Liked for title alone. And then of course for general awesomeness.
I liked that cssarrowplease comment not because I like cheating, but because I like "being resourceful".
Is HTML5 jealous?
@Matt Hryhorsky I was kidding about the cheating thing dude. Obvs.
There is a jQuery script that can create funky shadows http://syddev.com/jquery.shadow/
I always enjoy your work, @Meagan! Proxima is looking crispy!
@Meagan Fisher Haha, of course. Tongue firmly planted in cheek.
nice work @Meagan Fisher In case you didn't know if you create 2 overlapping shadows you can create sharper ones!:)
@Meagan Fisher i see what you did there.
@Meagan Fisher cssarrowplease is old school mark-up.
You can't style a border. You should use the ::before to place a rotated square behind the main "bubble". Big advantage if you were to add a gradient to that speech bubble.
Just my two cents :-)
Meagan, you can do that shadow with CSS3 too - http://nicolasgallagher.com/css-drop-shadows-without-images/demo/
this is amazing!
super clean @Meagan Fisher
You can achieve that folded image shadow in CSS3.
Super! And yeah, CSS can do that.
Diggin' this... and the title. That's the main reason why I'm here, lol.
That inner shadow isn't too strong. It's fine and dandy.
10 months ago
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