Is it possible to create multiple text shadows like below in at least IE9 where one shadow matches the background and the other is light gray?
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From my reading it’s possible to create a single shadow in IE9 with the shadow filter but I can’t find any indication of any way to add multiple or graduated shadows.
filter: Shadow(Color=red, Direction=130, Strength=1); /* IE Proprietary Filter*/
Thanks, Paulie. I can’t seem to get that filter you supplied to work in IE.
I got it from here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6905658/css3-text-shadow-in-ie9
but it looks like there may be another version
I saw that one and couldn’t get it to work either. Very weird.
Although it’s not the most semantic solution, couldn’t you just create to divs, both containing the “6″ where on has color: red and the other color: white & the filter and then just stack them with a bit of displacement?
@clbuttic I could but I think I might have to just say screw it on this particular issue.
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