CSS

CSS3 Filters

The CSS filter property lets you apply graphical effects like blurring or color shifting to an element. Filters are commonly used to adjust the rendering of images, backgrounds, and borders. Filter functions include:            (1) blur() The blur function applies a blur effect to an image. (2) brightness() The brightness(amount) function …

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CSS3 Animations

CSS3 Animations enables better editing options. An animation lets an element gradually change from one style to another. You can change as many CSS properties as you want to, as many times you want to. Animation Properties The animation-timing-function specifies the speed curve of an animation in CSS3 animations. It can have the following values: …

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CSS3 Shadow

CSS3 supported to add shadow to text or elements. Shadow property has divided into two parts: → Text shadow → Box Shadow Text shadow:                 The text-shadow property defines one or more comma-separated shadow effects, to be applied to the text content of the current element. Example: <html>   <head>       <style>          h1 { …

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CSS3 Gradients

What is Gradients?                            Gradients displays the combination of two or more colors. Types of gradients → Linear Gradients → Radial Gradients Linear gradients :                        To create a linear gradient, you must define at least two color stops. Color stops are the colors among which you want to render smooth transitions. You can also …

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CSS3 Border Images

CSS Border image property is used to add image boarder to some elements.you don’t need to use any HTML code to call boarder image. The most commonly used values are shown below : * border-image-source : Used to set the image path. * border-image-slice : Used to slice the boarder image. * border-image-width : Used …

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CSS3 Rounded Corners

With CSS3, you can give any element “rounded corners” by using the border-radius property.A simple syntax of rounded corners is as follows : #rcorners7 {    border-radius: 60px/15px;    background: #FF0000;    padding: 20px;    width: 200px;    height: 150px; } The following table shows the possible values for Rounded corners as follows – → …

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Welcome to CSS-3

CSS3 is the latest standard for CSS. CSS3 is completely backwards-compatible with earlier CSS versions. Some of the most significant new features are: Border radius – allows us to create rounded corners for elements. Border images – allows us to specify an image as the border around an element. Multiple backgrounds –applies multiple backgrounds to …

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CSS Outline

CSS outline is just like CSS border property. It is as easy as to apply as a border. Example: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <style type=”text/css”> .box {         background-color: #eee;         outline: 3px solid red;         border: 3px solid lightgreen;         padding: 5px 10px; } </style> <div class=”box”>Hello Learner’s!</div> </body> </html> Example: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <style …

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CSS Cursor

CSS allows you to set your desired cursor style when you mouse over an element. Let’s understand the property values of the                  Cursor:       → alias : It is used to display the indication of the cursor of something that is to be created → auto:  It is the default property in which the browser …

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