How to Use Multiple Text Shadows in CSS

A small CSS trick: you can use multiple text-shadows on a text by comma separating them:

<!-- You can use multiple text shadows by comma separating them -->
<style>
    span {
        color: #FFF;
        font-size: 120px;
        font-weight: bold;
        text-shadow: -3px -3px 0 #FB01FC, 3px 3px 0 #04FBF6;
    }
</style>

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The example above, will produce the following text:

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If you were wondering, the different values for text-shadow are as follow:

  1. value: Represents the X coordinate of the shadow.
  2. value: Represents the Y coordinate of the shadow.
  3. value: Sets the amount of blur to be used for the shadow.
  4. value: Lastly, you can specify the color of the shadow.

Note that you can also use RGBA values for colors to create semi-transparent shadows.

How to use multiple text shadows in CSS
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