The regular CSS3 box-shadow property is quite restrictive in the type of shadows that you can produce. So whenever we need to include any fancy shadows in our projects, it is Photoshop to the rescue ! But now with this CSS3 Shadow Pack you can say goodbye to Photoshop. As the title says these shadows are done entirely using CSS, and no images at all have been used. The process of applying a shadow to a container is as easy as applying a few class names to that container.
In this pack you get 11 popular and attractive shadow styles. Also each shadow style has 3 shadow projection lengths and 3 shadow intensity variations, thus providing you with 99 variations in total!
Updated on 19 August 2012 – Version 2.0.2
- Updated the css to make the Shadows work in newer versions of Firefox
Updated on 15 February 2012 – Version 2.0.1
- Updated the css to make the Shadows more compatible with IE9+
Updated on 21 December, 2010 – version 2.0
- Added 5 new shadow styles, taking total styles to 11.
- Added support for IE8. Details provided in documentation.