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CSS Filters

Filters in CSS?!

We left off with opacity, a powerful tool for transparency. Now, let's dive into CSS Filters, the secret ingredient to add stunning visual effects to your web pages! Brace yourself for a visual treat.

What are CSS Filters?

CSS Filters are a collection of effects that can be applied to elements to enhance their visual appearance. They allow you to manipulate colors, blur images, and create various other eye-catching effects.

Why Use CSS Filters?

Why settle for ordinary when you can add a touch of magic? CSS Filters offer a creative and efficient way to:
- Enhance user interfaces - Create visually appealing animations - Optimize images for faster loading

Supported Browsers

Before we dive in, let's check browser compatibility: - Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari support CSS Filters - Internet Explorer does not support CSS Filters

Applying CSS Filters

Applying CSS Filters is a breeze! Simply use the filter property followed by the desired filter function (e.g., filter: blur(5px);).

Filter Functions

blur(): Blurs the element
brightness(): Adjusts the brightness
contrast(): Modifies the contrast
drop-shadow(): Adds a drop shadow
grayscale(): Converts the element to grayscale

More Filter Functions

hue-rotate(): Rotates the hue
invert(): Inverts the colors
opacity(): Adjusts the transparency
saturate(): Modifies the saturation
sepia(): Applies a sepia tone

Mixing Filters

The fun doesn't stop there! You can combine multiple filters to create unique and captivating effects. Experiment and unleash your creativity.

CSS Overflow: Next Stop

Our CSS Filters journey ends here, but the adventure is far from over! Next, we'll explore CSS Overflow, a crucial technique for handling overflowing content. Get ready to tame unruly elements and create visually balanced layouts.