Throwing together a little demo for a quick blog post about text-shadows. Should go live tomorrow with a teeny tiny Easter egg.
over 2 years ago
Looks gorgeous! Looking forward to the blog post
Can't wait to see this
That is quite slick sir! :D
You can use more than one box-shadow by separating them with commas. But I didn't know that works with text-shadows.. how do you do that??
Awesome, very well executed.
Looks really nice, looking forward to it!
Nice job Mark. Love this :)
Great idea. I agree with Liam, great execution.
This is great Mark. Nice egg as well.
Boomshakalaka—here's the blog post for it. Check it out and let me know what you think
wow, that's awesome! does "inset" work (like box-shadow)?
Nice! I'll bookmark this for myself... but not on delicious.
This is awesome Mark !
awesome work bro!
Incredible work Mark.
That is great Mark. I am really in love with CSS 3 – and I love how seamless everything implements and degrades *Being all fuzzy and warm inside*
You forgot to include the text color!
This is amazing! Thanks for sharing Mark.
I saw a sarcastic post earlier today talking about the type trend of 2011 being bevel and emboss. :O
Only problem I have is that the screengrab is nice and smooth around the edges of the Helvetica Neue typeface, then you're a bit let down in the demo.
Impressive. It works on the iPad, too.
Nick: the shot is a screenshot from Chrome on OS X. It looks just like that in Safari and Firefox for Mac as well. Are you on WIndows by chance?
Le sigh.... yes I am. It's all whimpy on Chrome, Safari and FF on Win 7.
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