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How could I mimic marvel comic book style font with CSS?

I am trying to do a pure CSS logo on a marvel themed slots games site for the logo - you think it's possible to come up with the code that doesn't involve images?
marvelslots  9 years ago   viewed: 38789    

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With the JavaScript and CSS, you can easily get to know all the related formulations for the SEO and the web designing part for layout and  the book-style front CSS

ArenaAnimation   2 years ago

Yes, it is definitely possible to create a pure CSS logo for your Marvel-themed slots games site without using images. CSS provides a wide range of techniques to achieve creative visual effects, including logo designs. Kitchen light fixtures Bonton drywall repair near me dallas tx

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  3 months ago
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  2 months ago

Yes, it is possible to mimic the Marvel comic book style font using CSS. While it may not be an exact replica of the official Marvel font, you can achieve a comic book-style appearance that fits the theme of your slots game site. eugene painting contractor

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  22 days ago

Creating a pure CSS logo for a Marvel-themed slots game site is definitely possible, but it will depend on the complexity of the word finder logo you have in mind. Simple logos or text-based logos are generally easier to create with pure CSS, while complex logos with intricate details might be more challenging.

Here's a very basic example of a pure CSS logo, which you can build upon:

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <style> .logo { width: 200px; height: 200px; background-color: red; border-radius: 50%; /* Creates a circular shape */ color: white; font-size: 24px; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center; } </style> </head> <body> <div class="logo">M</div> </body> </html>
  14 days ago

You can quickly learn all the associated formulas for SEO, the site designing portion for layout, and the book-style front CSS using JavaScript and CSS. 

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  2 days ago
Have you looked into CSS3 custom fonts? Essentially, find a font file you like, download it, and in your css file, have the following rules:

@font-face {
    font-family: 'your_comic_font';
    src: url('comic_font.woff');

.your_logo_div {
    font-family: your_comic_font;
    font-size: 40px;

You can learn more about font-face in this thread:
Milo   9 years ago


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