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|Plugin Meta Name||Plugin Meta Information|
|Plugin Description||This is a plugin to add a range of shadow types to a range of objects. Currently supported are images, divs and blockquotes.|
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This is a plugin to add a range of shadow types to a range of objects. Currently supported are images, divs and blockquotes.
I got the inspiration from the cocoia blog and Sebastiaan de With was kind enough to let me use the shadow image that he applies to his images.
I have tested this plugin in the following browsers:
Internet Explorer 6 is not supported due to the use of transparent png images in ways that regular work arounds don't address. As such the plugin stops the shadows from displaying in IE6. The opacity setting is disabled for all versions of Internet Explorer due to bugs in how it renders (even IE8).
Add one of the following classes to the object:
For images this is as simply as adding the text to the end of the "CSS Class" under the "Advanced Settings" for the image.
For divs and blockquotes you will need to use the HTML view in the editor and add
I decided against applying the shadows to everything it could recognise as this could easily turn into a huge mess though I am open to suggestions on other ways to do it.
From Sebastiaan: "the only thing I'd suggest is adding a border to the divs, otherwise the shadow looks rather detached." I have elected not to do this automatically to allow you greater control over the appearance of your pages.
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