Tag: box-shadow

Using CSS3 Pseudo Elements and Box Shadows Instead of Images for HiDPI Geometric Shapes

HiDPI in Web design is kind of a double-edged sword for a front end developer. We now have two nearly separate environments (in some cases) that need attention. That sometimes results in double the style rules, double the image assets, and feature detection. Addition of anything is often the opposite of what we try to do, so it’s important to be as smart as possible when approaching management of HiDPI assets and styles in our projects.

Posted: January 14, 2013

box-shadow vs filter: drop-shadow

Bricss – box-shadow vs filter: drop-shadow.   I can’t tell you the wacky solutions I’ve played around with in trying to mimic something like filter:drop-shadow().

Posted: October 16, 2012