Good news for WordArt lovers: WordArt is back—in CSS3 form! Apart from being good fun, it’s a good case study into the abilities of CSS3. After studying these, try and create your own CSS3 Text Effects.

WordArt CSS3
Learn how to create WordArt in CSS3

A word of caution: these have been designed for WebKit browsers only (Chrome, Safari and Microsoft Edge). Using these in a production setting might yield unpredictable results for those on different or older browsers.

If you were born in the 20th Century, seeing WordArt again will bring you back to a time of school assignments, reports and title pages.

You can download the CSS with all of the WordArt included here:
WordArt in CSS3 (wordart.css)

Rainbow

See the Pen Rainbow WordArt

Blues

See the Pen Blues WordArt

Superhero

See the Pen Superhero WordArt

Radial

See the Pen Radial WordArt

Tilt

See the Pen Tilt WordArt

Purple

See the Pen Purple WordArt

Horizon

See the Pen Horizon WordArt

Italic Outline

See the Pen Italic Outline WordArt

Slate

WordArt

See the Pen Slate WordArt

What was your favourite WordArt style? Let us know in the comments.

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