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How to Create a CSS Ribbon

How to Create a CSS Ribbon
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We talk about CSS ribbons in web design when a strip of box (called ribbon) wraps another box. It’s a fairly used design technique to decorate text, especially headings. On W3C‘s website you can check out how properly used CSS ribbons can help structure content in a subtle way.
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