Browse through Dribbble or Behance, and you’ll find designers using a simple technique to add texture to an image: noise. Adding noise makes otherwise solid colors or smooth gradients, such as shadows, more realistic. But despite designers’ affinity for texture, …
Why would we need to apply shadows to SVG?
- Shadows are a common design feature that can help elements, like icons, stand out. They could be persistent, or applied in different states (e.g.
I can’t tell you how many times over the years I’ve implemented a custom ‘button’ like CSS implementation. Over the years I’ve used images, backgrounds, gradients, and opacity to effectively ‘highlight’ a control. All that works of
Say you have a list of 100 names:
<ul> <li>Randy Hilpert</li> <li>Peggie Jacobi</li> <li>Ethelyn Nolan Sr.</li> <!-- and then some --> </ul>
…or file names, or phone numbers, or whatever. And you want to filter them client-side, meaning you aren’t …