Looking for the best approach for a non-image CSS Drop Shadow technique.
I have a popup that I would like to add a shadow to.
Can it work with:
As you can see, each picture...underneath it...it has a little tiny shadow around the edges.
How can this be done with a variable size image? (css)
i have png image, that has free form (non square).
I need to apply drop-shadow effect to this image.
The standard approach ...
-o-box-shadow: 12px 12px 29px #555;
Internet explorer seems to not handle having two divs both with different semi-transparent backgrounds.
The top div loses all opacity.
Is there any way to fix this?
filter: Shadow(Color=#474747, ...
I'm trying to replicate the CSS 'Vignette' effect, detailed on Trent Walton's site.
box-shadow:inset 0px 0px 85px rgba(0,0,0,.5);
-webkit-box-shadow:inset 0px 0px 85px rgba(0,0,0,.5);
-moz-box-shadow:inset 0px ...
I would like to take advantage of the new CSS3 box-shadow feature for a site I am working on.
The problem is that Chrome 9.0.5 and Opera 10 do not render the ...
I just followed a CSS tutorial on how to make a drop shadow effect on an image. It works really great except that my image is actually a link (in a ...
I'm working on an homepage with this html/css: http://jsfiddle.net/2qWYf/5/
I can't figure out why the shadows I applied to the images are start to showing some pixels under the image ...
Is it possible to add a shadow to the img attribute in CSS, I tried and it doesn't seems to work. Am I correct or my code is just messed up