New PDF release: Advanced ASIC Chip Synthesis using Synopsys



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    Applying a Color to the Background

    This is an element with an amber background and additional lighten-2 class

    In Listing 3-1, you use a card-panel class within a

    element followed by the amber color for the card-panel and the lighten-2 class to add the texture and intensity, respectively. The output of the code on execution is shown in Figure 3-2. Figure 3-2. A colored background 30 Chapter 3 ■ Beyond Fundamentals In order to apply color to only the text in the content, append -text to the color class, such as amber-text.

    See Figure 3-10. Figure 3-10. A screenshot of repsonsive video Shadows To create an immersive experience, certain things must be displayed as they would look in real life. To create shadows for an image or content, you use the z-depth class to determine how raised or close the element is on the page. Listing 3-7 contains the code snippet to demonstrate the shadow effect. 37 Chapter 3 ■ Beyond Fundamentals Listing 3-7. The Shadow Effect

    

    

    

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    element and enclose content in five

    tags.

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    Advanced ASIC Chip Synthesis using Synopsys by Himanshu Bhatnagar


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