Say we want to target an element and just visually blur the border of it. There is no simple, single built-in web platform feature we can reach for. But we can get it done with a little CSS trickery.
Here’s what we’re after:
The desired result.
Let’s see how we can code this effect, how we can enhance it with rounded corners, extend support so it works cross-browser, what the future will bring in this department and what other interesting … Read article “Blurred Borders in CSS”
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