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|button=shadow.gif
 
|button=shadow.gif
 
|tag=shadow
 
|tag=shadow
|example=[shadow=red,left]Hello[/shadow]
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|example=[shadow=red,left]Hello[/shadow]
 
|result=<span style="text-shadow: red -2px 0 1px">Hello</span>
 
|result=<span style="text-shadow: red -2px 0 1px">Hello</span>
 
|description=Uses CSS style to apply a drop-shadow to the text. This feature is a part of CSS3, and has been adopted by many browsers. It was not implemented in IE prior to IE9.<br>Please note there is a bug in SMF 1.1 that results in shadow not being displayed correctly.
 
|description=Uses CSS style to apply a drop-shadow to the text. This feature is a part of CSS3, and has been adopted by many browsers. It was not implemented in IE prior to IE9.<br>Please note there is a bug in SMF 1.1 that results in shadow not being displayed correctly.

Revision as of 07:44, 1 July 2013

button: Shadow.gif

description: Uses CSS style to apply a drop-shadow to the text. This feature is a part of CSS3, and has been adopted by many browsers. It was not implemented in IE prior to IE9.
Please note there is a bug in SMF 1.1 that results in shadow not being displayed correctly.

example: [shadow=red,left]Hello[/shadow]

result: Hello