Using -webkit-background-clip

In regards to my previous post about -webkit-gradient, reader Adele let me know that the effect I pined for is possible using -webkit-background-clip. I’ve recreated it below, so view the permalink to see the inline styles, or you can see it on my Test directory. (Use Safari 4 for best results.)

Thanks, Adele!

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  1. webkitbits reblogged this from jayrobinson and added:
    Jay Robinson has created a gorgeous gradient text effect using -webkit-background-clip and -webkit-gradient. Definitely...
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