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    How do i apply a drop shadow in Dreamweaver?

    Hello.

    Im trying to apply a drop shadow to an image through a Dreamweaver MX extension filter but i just don't seem to be able to get it working!

    The relevant part of the stylesheet read as;

    .drop {
    filter: DropShadow(Color=#000000, OffX=1, OffY=1, Positive=visible);
    }

    I'm getting no error messages and im using IE6 so this should work ok!

    Any help would be much appreciated,
    thanks.

    krak_d
    Last edited by krak_d; 04-16-2004 at 06:08 PM. Reason: Reads as a statement rather than poses a question!



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    The way I understand it, dean will correct me if I am wrong, is that CSS drop shadows are basically for text. Images would require editing in whatever image editing software you use.

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    Hi,

    i've ditched Dreamweaver for writing style sheets...back to notepad!

    However, i did discover the effect i was after after a bit of research. http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/007/shadows.html for an example.

    Its done by nesting div's and playing about with borders and padding!...kind of cheating but it worked!



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