creating a feathered effect

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    john gronley


    I would like to create a feathered effect on the featured-top portion of this site and where it is gold in color I would like to give it a beveled look around the edges. Not sure how to accomplish this, I know how to use gradients in Photoshop but not sure how to use them?





    This isn’t a Genesis specific question.

    Have you tried asking around in Photoshop forums for help? There are a lot of tutorials for Photoshop as well.

    Or if you wanted to add a drop shadow using CSS you could by adding a box-shadow property to your image. Do a web search for CSS3 shadows.

    Good luck.

    Amy Susan @AmySusanDesign



    check this out

    It will give you the code and you’ll see how to set up gradients in css

    Also you can check on border properties along with box shadows for the bevel effect


    john gronley

    Thanks Bandj I will check it out!

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