another remake

wyrd_fish

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just got another remake of my site off the ground

http://mooses.34sp.com

with both a valid layout and a little content just to spice things up a bit

any comments welcome

PS i know the colours are a little off in IE and that my spelling sucks
 

TdC

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for a moment there I thought you'd done your mooses logo in CSS and was consumed by jealousy ;)
 

wyrd_fish

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if only, that would be awesome

does CSS2 support drop shadows? i'm sure i read somewhere that it does
 

Jonty

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Hi wyrd_fish

There is a text-shadow property but browser support seems somewhat lacking.

Keep up the good work with your site :)

Kind Regards
 

wyrd_fish

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humm, looks simmilar to some of MS's filter ettects

PS cheers for moving the thread
 

Shovel

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text-shadow is supported in Safari (and looks very pretty, too). However, it's actually been dropped from the CSS2.1 spec since no-one else supports it. It's present in CSS3, though.

CSS3 also has shadows for boxes, but browser support is obviosuly lacking at the moment.
 

Jonty

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Thanks for the heads up, Shovel :) Do you use Safari just for designing or as you main browser on your shiny iBook?

I remember reading that some aspects of CSS3 are being tested in Deer Park/Firefox 1.5 but having checked the list is minimal and doesn't include any shadow properties (as is to be expected given CSS3's status). Ironically, wyrd_fish, Microsoft's filters have far more support in terms of marketshare than the equivalent CSS standards do (not that I'd use them personally, just an observation :)).

Kind Regards
 

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