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How to add Drop shadow to Elements | Using CSS

CSS provides the box-shadow property which allows us to add drop shadows effects to any elements ,



Here is an example:

HTML Code:
<body>
<div id="shadowBox">
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</div>
</body>


CSS Code:
<style>
             #shadowBox{
width:350px;
height:300px;
margin-left:auto;
margin-right:auto;
border:2px solid #666;
text-align:center;
box-shadow:4px 4px 17px 7px #999;
margin-top:10%;
          }
</style>



    

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