I’ve spent the day scouring the web for information on whether or not any build of Mozilla has support for the CSS2
text-shadow property. It doesn’t, which sucks. Why does it suck? Because I’m not able to see what Safari 1.1+ users are able to see: drop shadows on text without graphics.
Now, I know that there are other ways to do it, but they require syncing the text on the page with text in your CSS file — which is fine if it’s a permanent header or something. But it doesn’t work as well with blogs.
So, alas, Safari 1.1+ users now can see the use of the
text-shadow property on my site, even though I can’t. *sigh*
P.S. I didn’t work entirely blind. I used Dan Vine’s iCapture to see what I was doing.
« Update » Apparently,
text-shadow has been in Bugzilla for 5 years! It appears that no one has bothered to write the code for it, and that’s the only reason why it hasn’t been implemented yet.