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There are two types of CSS Shadow effects, a normal "shadow" and then, the "dropshadow"Normal Shadow:

filter:shadow(color=#ff0000, direction=90);

The "direction" property's unit is in degrees, so in this example, it is a full 90* of the element's position.Drop Shadow:

filter:dropshadow(color=#ff0000, offx=5, offy=5, positive=true);

"offx" controls the amount of spacing, or "offset" from the element's horizontal start point, and "offy" has the same idea, except it controls the amount of spacing from the element's vertical (top) start point.The one property I do not know anything about is the "positive" property; I'm guessing that it controls the shadow's color, whether the color is in a positive filter (in this case it is), or if it's using a negative filter.

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