CSS Text Shadow

CSS Text Shadow

Text Shadow In CSS
The text-shadow property allows you to add shadows to text. 
A text-shadow has X and Y offsets, an optional blur radius, and a color. 
Unlike box-shadow, text-shadow does not have a spread radius.
Or in other words - 
In simple words - To add shadows to text, use the text-shadow property. 
The syntax is as follows - 
Syntax -
text-shadow: horizontal-offset vertical-offset blur color; 
Now we will see examples  - 
Example 1 -
Text shadow without blur radius -
Output  -
This creates a pink shadow effect around a heading
Example 2 - Shadow with a blur radius -
Output - 
Example 3 - Multiple shadows - 
To give an element multiple shadows, separate them with commas.
Output -