How to create multilayered text effect using HTML and CSS?
Multilayered Text Effect is one of the most used text effects in the web design world. As a designer or front-end developer one should know how to create a Multilayered Text Effect. Today we will be looking at one of the simplest and easy methods to create Multiple Layers of Text effect.
Approach: To achieve this Text effect, we will be using the text-shadow property. The same approach is also used to Create a 3D Text Effect using HTML and CSS. As mentioned in the article, the beauty of the CSS text-shadow property is that this property can be applied multiple times to the same HTML DOM element with a different thickness, color, and angle to achieve either the 3D look or the Multilayered Text Effect.
A similar approach has also been covered in the Double Layered Text Effect using CSS. In this tutorial, we will implement the Multilayered Text Effect for a website using HTML and CSS only. We assume that you are familiar with HTML and CSS Rules and have a basic knowledge of CSS text-shadow property.
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npm install -g browser-sync
- Step 2: Create an index.html file and an index.css file in your project root folder.
index.html: Add the following Snippet in that file:
- Step 3: Using CSS, we have aligned the div element to the Centre of the screen and provided some initial background styling. As mentioned above, we have simply used the text-shadow property of CSS to apply the multilayered text effect as explained above. We have made every layer of the text effect in a distinguishable color so that it is visible. We can simply add the CSS hover property to activate this text effect while hovering over the HTML div tag.
- Step 4: To launch the application using Browsersync, run the following command in the project directory:
browser-sync start --server --files "*"
Output: This starts Browsersync in server mode and watches all the files within the directory for changes as specified by the * wildcard. The application will be launched at http://localhost:3000/ by default.