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  1. Can do. The website is https://www.samkennedycs.com It's password protected with the password: SKCS. The site is still under much construction, but the marquee is near the bottom of the home page. Thanks!
  2. Just bumping this once, to hopefully get a reply!
  3. Hello! I've placed scrolling text on my site, which I've edited with custom CSS. I have the base text looking how I want it, but when I hover I want the text to change color, stroke, and shadow color. I can accomplish everything but the stroke. My first attempt used the following, which changed the color and shadow, but made no effect on the stroke. (See m1.png attached) .Marquee:hover * { text-shadow: 3px 3px #e7756b; color: #FFFFFF !important; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 3px !important; -webkit-text-stroke-color: black !important; } Next I tried using stroke-width, as opposed to the webkit stroke, but that caused everything within the marquee element to have a stroke, including the hitbox. (See m2.png) .Marquee:hover * { text-shadow: 5px 5px #e7756b; color: #FFFFFF !important; stroke-width: 3; stroke: #000000; } I've now come upon a solution that applies the stroke to just the text, but now the drop shadow has a stroke too, which appears on top of the text. (See m3.png) .Marquee:hover * { text-shadow: 5px 5px #e7756b; color: #FFFFFF !important; } .Marquee:hover h1 { stroke-width: 3; stroke: #000000; } Any thoughts on a solution? I feel like I'm getting close, but I could be wrong. I'm grateful for any help! I can share the web address and password if needed.
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