To cast a shadow, both box-shadow() and drop-shadow() are utilised. The drop-shadow() filter function makes a shadow that conforms to the shape (alpha channel) of the picture itself, whereas the box-shadow property creates a rectangular shadow behind an element's full box.
The CSS property box-shadow creates shadow effects around an element's frame. You can use commas to separate multiple effects. X and Y offsets relative to the element, blur and spread radius, and colour are all used to characterise a box shadow.
Text shadows are created with the text-shadow CSS property. It takes a list of shadows separated by commas to be applied on the text and any of its embellishments. Each shadow is defined by a combination of the element's X and Y offsets, blur radius, and colour.
Text shadow refers to the addition of layers to the text, i.e., casting a shadow over the text to enhance, highlight, or raise the aesthetic appeal of certain text by giving it depth.
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