There are several methods to curve text in web technologies. The simplest ways are by using jQuery plugins and SVG, but we won’t be explaining that here, we will stick to the question and elucidate how to curve text using CSS3 and canvas. Let’s get started.
Curving Text using CSS3: This method is extremely grueling for curving long text because you have to apply proper positioning and alignment to every character of the text separately. But, for small text it just gets the job done. Here we just write the characters of a text one by one and start applying the CSS transform properties to make the whole text look curved (or shaped like an arc). However, one advantage of this method is that you can select the text and even perform copy-paste.
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