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    Drop Shadow

    Is there an easier way to add a drop shadow to an image rather than adding a table around it with little image parts or physically adding the shadow to the image.

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    CSS drop shadows

    You could try these ALA articles:

    CSS Drop Shadows

    CSS Drop Shadows II: Fuzzy Shadows

    or even

    Onion Skinned Drop Shadows

    Perhaps not easier, but at least without the abuse of layout tables and images that have no place in the content.
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    Thanks.

    I used the onion skin thing. Works really well.

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    Onions

    Yeah; although hindered by some superfuous markup, it does give the most sophisticated effect, and is very flexible at that.
    Care to spoil us with an example of what you created...?
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    tried to pm u but ur inbox is full...

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    Last edited by SeeIT Solutions; 05-18-2005 at 04:42 PM.


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