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Getting Deep into Shadows


Let’s talk shadows in web design. Shadows add texture, perspective, and emphasize the dimensions of objects. In web design, using light and shadow can add physical realism and can be used to make rich, tactile interfaces. Take the landing page … The post Getting Deep into Shadows appeared...

Make a smooth shadow, friend.


One box-shadow is cool and all, but check out Philipp Brumm's tool for building out comma-separated multiple box-shadows, which result in a much smoother and more natural look. This reminds me very much of the idea for easing linear-gradient. In a gradient, this smoothing effect is handled...

Drawing Realistic Clouds with SVG and CSS


Greek mythology tells the story of Zeus creating the cloud nymph, Nephele. Like other Greek myths, this tale gets pretty bizarre and X-rated. Here’s a very abridged, polite version. Nephele, we are told, was created by Zeus in the image of his own beautiful wife. A mortal meets Nephele, falls...

Using “box shadows” and clip-path together


Let's do a little step-by-step of a situation where you can't quite do what seems to make sense, but you can still get it done with CSS trickery. In this case, it'll be applying a shadow to a shape. You make a box .tag { background: #FB8C00; color: #222; font: bold 32px system-ui; padding:...

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