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    css text-shadow

    which browsers support css text-shadow?

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    AFAIK, only Safari.
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    David's right. So far, only Apple Safari 1.1 and later. However, there are other ways of achieving that effect, see <http://web-graphics.com/mtarchive/001144.php>
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    Surely that technique can't work &mdash; pseudo-content can't take the display property.
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    Originally from [CSS2.0] 12 Generated content, automatic numbering, and lists:
    The :before and :after pseudo-elements elements allow values of the 'display' property as follows:
    • If the subject of the selector is a block-level element, allowed values are 'none', 'inline', 'block', and 'marker'. If the value of the 'display' has any other value, the pseudo-element will behave as if the value were 'block'.
    • If the subject of the selector is an inline-level element, allowed values are 'none' and 'inline'. If the value of the 'display' has any other value, the pseudo-element will behave as if the value were 'inline'.
    Note. Other values may be permitted in future levels of CSS.
    Note that this limiting passage is removed in [CSS2.1] 12 Generated content, automatic numbering, and lists.
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    Okay, but Opera's the only browser that renders it.
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    Saf1.2 and op7.5 both allow positioning of generated content. This nice trick uses negative margins and not positioning, though, and that even saf1.1 and moz handle nicely.
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