I always explore for fancy ways to display typography. Recently came across a website which displayed text as a neon effect. So, here I am having a tutorial how to have neon light text effect using CSS3 text-shadows and animations.
Ken Burns effect is nothing, but panning and zooming effect used in video production from still imagery. In recent times it has gained more popularity. Today I will be showcasing how I created one by using CSS3 properties. The name derives from extensive use of the technique by American Ken Burns.
CSS3 gives you alot to play with your text and one of them is text-shadow, which seems simple but can be used to create some remarkable effects with a little of creativity. Today I will be going to run through several famous text-shadow examples that you can use it.
Although CSS is a straightforward language and easy to learn, it can be difficult to harness in some cases speciaclly when using CSS3. These are my top 5 CSS3 snippents which come in handy while web designing a website or working on a project etc.
Instead of creating a texture effect text with Photoshop and then using as an image in a website, you can now create textured text using CSS3. There are different ways to achieve this effect, from CSS background-clip and mask-image, to SVG and even canvas. I will be achieving the texture effect with masking a an image.