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can someone help me figure out text-shadow behind a text clipping mask?
I’m working on a twitch alert, and i want to use the text as a clipping mask for the GIF behind it, and i’ve got that all worked out. The problem is when i apply a text shadow to the text, either in the actual text’s element, or its parent element, or even the element above THAT, the text shadow is always above the gif, but under the text. I need it behind the text. Any ideas? downloader.vip/ccleaner/ . https://www.happywheels.vip/ https://vlc.onl/
can u post and example of the html and CSS used for that?