how to do a edge shadow of a web container....???

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You can use CSS3 to do it but it isn't supported in all major browsers so most web developers stay away from using it.

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Agree with pixelsoul - I'd suggest using CSS3 to achieve this effect in browsers that support it. Given that something like a box shadow is non-essential to site usability, there is little risk to not supporting box shadow in these older browsers. That being said, if you DO want to, you'll need to find alternative implementation methods, such as using background images, or IE filters, etc...

A decent writeup on this topic at SmashingMagazine:

http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2010/04/28/css3-solutions-for-internet-explorer/

Its very easy to make shadows on border of a site. If you want to get relevant information, you can simply visit w3schools for these minor coding issues.

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