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Hi, I'm Jeffrey. I'm the creator of Laracasts and spend most of my days building the site and thinking of new ways to teach confusing concepts. I live in Orlando, Florida with my wife and two kids.

About This Episode

Published on May 26th, 2020

Most of our day-to-day programming isn't glamorous. Sometimes, you'll find yourself spending hours getting a shadow to render correctly. In fact, that's exactly what I'm here to show you today. I recently needed to allow for scrolling CSS shadows that only display when a content area can be scrolled in a particular direction. Luckily, as with so many things on the web, this tricky problem was solved years ago by Lea Verou. Let's learn the secret sauce she implemented to make this particular technique work.

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  1. Section 1 The Series Page

  2. Section 2 Widgets

  3. Section 3 Content Classification

  4. Section 4 Tricky CSS Effects

    1. Scrolling CSS Shadows

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