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Last Post by Portia_1

I never saw it, and did no research, but at the topt of my head I'd say: No.

But you can always split the word with something like:


not sure of the desired effect, but:
using css psuedo selectors styles can be applied automatically to certain parts of elements
breaking the word into <span class='1'>half</span><span class='2'>2ndhalf</span> can be applied manually,
or automatically with serverside wizardry beyond the scope of this question

Edited by almostbob


If you don't want any markup in your static text, then js is the only way I can think of.

http://codepen.io/FWeinb/pen/djuIx - is so cool - or so horrible - I can't make up my mind. Heh heh.

Applying to a word is quite easy with js, but... you want to apply it to half a character?

I'm starting to think about kerning and duplicating the letter somehow. Or some sort of masking.

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