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    hi, on my website - www.aesthetic-design.co.uk i have used scripting to produce a shadow but i was wondering if i would be better off simple adding a shadow to my images in photoshop, what do you think?

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    I don't see shadows in FF
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    Senior Member solidgold's Avatar
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    better sort that out then...

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    You can try this - Onion Skinned Drop Shadows
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    I don't even see a shadow in IE6...

    Anyway, for shadows on browsers that support them, you can use the CSS [minicode]text-shadow[/minicode] property. Unfortunately, right now I think only Safari and possibly Opera implement text-shadow. I believe Firefox should finally be joining the bandwagon with FF2. Looks like this was a CSS2 feature that was dropped in 2.1 but will be making a reappearance in CSS3.

    Also, see A List Apart's article on drop shadows.

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    I made the site for ie7 beta (i think) which probably explains why it doesnt work on any of those explorers you mentioned but i'm editing it now!

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    Cool. Yeah, your script won't work anywhere but IE anyway, since it uses ActiveX.

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    After disabling the js in FF for that (URGH!) no-right-click, I checked in IE6 and it works.
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    ah cool, yeah sorry about the no right click thing, bit of a slip up that! still im removing it right now!

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    It seems alot of people are having troubles veiwing your shadows so I would suggest your better of adding them in with photoshop. It is very easy to do in photoshop and if your not sure how to add the drop shadow post here and ill show you.


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