This property defines one or more comma-separated shadow effects to be
applied to the text content of the current element. Effects consist of
a shadow color, a maximum blurring radius for the shadow effect and x/y
offset of the shadow effect from the element content. Multiple effects
are applied to the element in the order specified in the property.
Effects can overlap each other, but they should never overlap the text content.
Explicitly sets the value of this property to that of the parent.
No text-shadow is applied to the content.
Specifies one or more comma-separated shadow effects for the
current element. Effects are given as X/Y offsets along with optional
shadow-color and blur-radius values [see syntax below for details.]
[Shadow-color]: This uses a color to create the shadow effect and may be
placed at the beginning or end of the text-shadow effect syntax (see below.)
If no color is specified, the value of the 'color' property is used.
[Shadow-offset]: This is given as a pair of length values indicating x-
and y- distances to use as offset references from the original text content.
The first value specifies the horizontal distance of the offset (positive
values are to the right, negative values to the left.) The second value
specifies the vertical distance of the offset (positive values are below,
negative values are above.)
[Blur-radius]: A length value indicating the boundary
of the blurring for the current text-shadow effect.
In-Line: <blockquoteSTYLE="text-shadow: black 3px 3px 2px, yellow -3px
text has a shadow</blockquote>
Note: Reliance on the 'text-shadow' property to
create opaque ghosting effects (where foreground color is the same as
the background color) can create problems. In browsers that support
CSS but not this particular property, it would have the effect of making
the content invisible.