Apr
26
2012

CSS3 Text Effect Tutorials and Experiments

Using CSS3 for styling out your text is a great alternative to Photoshop – because graphical text effects mean bigger file size, that in turn has an impact on your website performance and search rankings. Considering the wide support of CSS3 features by all latest browser versions you may be sure that your awesome effect will be properly displayed to the visitors. We believe that these days web typography has made a huge step forward. It is an absolutely amazing thing that we can style the text with shadows, gradients and much more fancy stuff without any third-party help. Below you’ll find some useful and interesting CSS3 text effects tutorials and experiments. We are glad to help you enrich your CSS3 experience with new and valuable knowledge.

Experiments with Background-clip: Text

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Tilt-Shift effect on Text using CSS3

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Rotating Word with CSS Animations

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Create Beautiful CSS3 Typography

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I ♥ BLUR

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How to Use Text Shadow with CSS3

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Typography Effects with CSS3 & jQuery

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CSS3 Trans­forms & @font-face Experiment

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CSS3 Background-Clip & @Font-Face

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Create a Letterpress Effect with CSS Text-Shadow

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Pure CSS Text Gradients

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How To Create a Stylish Drop Cap Effect with CSS3

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Text Effects using CSS3

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3D CSS Shadow Text Tutorial

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СSS3 Glass Text

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CSS3 Custom Fonts Tutorial

About the Author: Trevor

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1 Comment + Add Comment

  • which browsers support this…not IE, Firefox-some of it, Safari-Maybe,
    Google chrome-it’s possible

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