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    I found the CSS code in the link below to help me create a glowing effect on a line a text for a project I was doing. I am now trying to do the same effect on different sections of an svg file. I have been able to isolate and target specific sections of the svg (different sections of the svg turn individually white when I hover over each of them, see “fill:#ffffff in code”), but the glow around each object does not appear as it did when i used this code on text. I am assuming that “text-shadow” does not work for an svg, but I am assuming my problem is more than that (problems with @keyframes, etc.). Does anyone know how I can tweak this to make it work on an svg? (e.g. what does “text-shadow” need to change to?). Thanks!!

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