Text Shadowing

October 10, 2009 Leave a Comment

Text Shadowing
Text shadowing is one of the rarely use decoration for fonts of a website and sometimes they come unnoticeable when incorporated into a site.

A shadow on a text makes the title easy to read and view by the reader, they catch attention and looks prettier than a normal font.

Adding text shadow does not takes you a couple of minutes. With just one line of html code you can make the font different from the other.

Here is a complete sample:

text-shadow: #FFFFFF 2px 2px 2px

Explanation:

#FFFFFF - color of the shadow (be sure to make it different from the existing font and also consider the background so that you can see the effect).

2px 2px 2px - this are the distance of the shadow. The arrangement of the code is 2px on the top, 2px on the right and 2px on the bottom.

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2 comments »

  • Anonymous said:  

    sir i am using the same template that what u have here . i need to convert it in to magazine style . with image on left and content in right .help me how to do it

  • Jake Ilac said:  

    This template is an Arthemia conversion of mine from Wordpress. I will soon launch for download, there are still some bugs that I need to fix first. So keep coming back or directly subscribe to my feed to keep you updated.

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