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    text-shadow

    text-shadow:4px 4px 45deg #F9293e;


    doesn't work ?
    do you know a way to do it

    without microsoft filters or javascript ?

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    "Currently not supported by any browser"

    you can always use layers that overlap to make a shadow.

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    ok

    yes I have tried with 5 browsers and no succes !

    have you a link somewhere to do it with layers ?

    thank you

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    How it's supposed to work? a combination of Shadow & Dropshadow?
    Don't resist to assimilation. Billions of Borgs can't be wrong!

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    IE

    but filters shadow and dropshadow only works with IE

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    It's very easy with CSS and DIV's:
    Code:
    <div style="position:fixed;top:1px;left:1px;color:red;font-size:40px;z-index:100">Hello!</div>
    <div style="position:fixed;top:3px;left:3px;color:black;font-size:40px;z-index:1">Hello!</div>
    You can also use other position,like absolute.By editing the position of the shadow DIV,you can make the shadow go to the other direction.

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    super

    thank you !

    yes fixed doesn't work with IE

    of course you don't get a nice shadow l as with glow , but it works


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