CSS Text Shadow in Safari

For those who use browsers that support the text-shadow property of the CSS 2 standard (i.e. Safari), you will be able to enjoy the text shadows that I’ve applied to all the links and post titles.

For those who don’t use Safari, may I suggest switching to Safari if you have a Mac? And if you own a Windows PC, may I suggest a Mac? 😀

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3 comments

  1. authgeek

    Bad pushy Mac user!

    The key is to subtly hint at all the excellent features and things you can do with a new mac and OS X until those ‘others’ feel so interested they can’t keep themselves away! 🙂

    By the way, I read New Scientist as well. It’s an excellent ‘zine – I just got the extra-big end-of-year issue this morning.

  2. Alex

    I guess that depends on which side of the fence you are on. If you were a Windows user, belittling Mac is perfect acceptable. May be even encourage. But it is not acceptable coming from the other way? Not that I am saying you are like that, just merely pointing out the hypocrisy in the computing population in general. Windows users must learn to be able to take what they give out.

  3. authgeek

    I think I gave up trashing systems when I stepped in to my room one day and realized that I had a mac laptop sitting on one end of my desk and a desktop on the other sporting XP Pro/RedHat Linux partitions.
    Had I a choice, I’d be using a dual 1.8 ghz g5 box but I don’t have anything close to the funds for that at the moment. I can deal with the thriftyness of a homebuilt windows PC for the moment.

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