CSS text-shadow Property
In CSS, the text-shadow property is used to add shadows to text. This property accepts a comma-separated list of shadows to be applied to the text. The text-shadow property's default value is none.
Text-shadow is a CSS property that adds shadows to text. It accepts a list of shadows separated by commas to be applied to the text and any of its decorations. Each shadow is defined by some combination of the element's X and Y offsets, blur radius, and color. Each shadow is specified as two or three values, followed by a value if desired. The and values are the first two values. The third and final, optional value is the. The value is the color of the shadow.
|h-shadow||Required. The horizontal shadow's position. Negative values are permitted.|
|v-shadow||Required. The vertical shadow's position. Negative values are permitted.|
|blur-radius||Optional. The radius of blur. The default value is zero.|
|color||Optional. The hue of the shadow. For a complete list of colour values, see CSS Color Values.|
|none||The default value. There is no shadow.|
|initial||This property is set to its default value.|
|inherit||This property is inherited from its parent element.|
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