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How to create a blurry text effect using CSS?

in CSS on July 26, 2021

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We can use CSS text-shadow property to create all different kinds of text effects.

The syntax is:

text-shadow: x-offset-shadow y-offset-shadow blur-radius color;

You can have multiple shadows. In that case the shadows are applied front-to-back.

Basic Example

Change the blur-radius in text-shadow values and create different types of blurry texts.

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