brandonhendrickson Posted April 19, 2020 Share Posted April 19, 2020 Site URL: http://www.scienceisWEIRD.com Hullo! I'm trying to put a shadow behind some of my headings (they're against an image, and they can be hard to see). Right now, I'm trying to do it with a Markdown box. I'm entering the following... <span style="text-shadow:2px 2px 3px #000;"> Next class starts April 27, 2020 • Open for all kids ages 9 – 12 • ADHD/2e students especially welcome </span> ...which works great — the shadow's perfect — but it automatically styles the text as Paragraph 2 (I'm pretty sure). I'd like it to be a heading. When I put <h2> in, as follows... <span style="text-shadow:2px 2px 3px #000;"> <h2> Next class starts April 27, 2020 • Open for all kids ages 9 – 12 • ADHD/2e students especially welcome </h2> </span> ...the shadow disappears. (The same thing happens with <h1>, <h3>, and <h4>. I'd also test this with paragraph 1, paragraph 2, etc. fonts, but I'm enough of a noob to not know how to do that.) Does anyone have a notion of how I can get heading text to have a shadow behind it? Much thanks in advance! Run a test-prep company, and a group where little kids get together to make brunch and talk philosophy. Starting a school. Link to comment
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