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Jatin Sharma
Jatin Sharma

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CSS Battle: #14 - Web Maker Logo

In this article, I will solve a Web Maker Logo CSS Challenge on CSS Battle. Let's look at the problem first.


We need to create the following container by using CSS Properties only:
Web Maker Logo


So now look at the Solution and how we are going to achieve this.


<div wl><p l></div>
<div wr><p r>
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  • <div wl> : wrapper for left polygon
  • <div wr> : wrapper for right polygon
  • <p l> : Left polygon
  • <p r> : Right polygon


Now let's style the containers.

body {
  margin: 0;
  background: #f2f2b6;
  display: grid;
  place-items: center;
p {
  position: fixed;
  width: 150;
  height: 130;
  clip-path: polygon(100% 0, 0 0, 50% 100%);

[wl] {
  filter: drop-shadow(20px 0 #fd4602);

[l] {
  background: #ff6d00;
  left: -140;
  top: -6;

[wr] {
  filter: drop-shadow(20px 0 #ff6d00);

[r] {
  background: #fd4602;
  transform: scaleY(-1);
  bottom: -6;
  left: -30;
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I am using a wrapper because we cannot add box-shadow to the clip-path. However, If you wrap the clip-path in some div and then apply the drop-shadow then it works. That's what I did here.

Note: In CSS Battle you can use 100 instead of 100px. You don't need to define px in CSS. However, if you are using rem or %, you need to pass them separately. That's why in the above CSS code there are no units mostly. For more info visit here

Minify the code or CSS by using any CSS Minifier. It helps you to reduce the characters in the code which will increase the score.

Minified Version:

<div wl><p l></div><div wr><p r><style>body{margin:0;background:#F2F2B6;display:grid;place-items:center}p{position:fixed;width:150;height:130;clip-path:polygon(100% 0,0 0,50% 100%)}[wl]{filter:drop-shadow(20px 0 #FD4602)}[l]{left:-140;top:-6;background:#FF6D00}[wr]{filter:drop-shadow(20px 0 #FF6D00)}[r]{background:#FD4602;bottom:-6;left:-30;transform:scaleY(-1)}
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Wrapping up

There are many ways to solve this. You can share your approach in the comments. If you like this then don't forget to ❤️ it. And I'll see you in the next article. See you soon.

Top comments (3)

mshahanwaz profile image
Mohammad Shahanwaz • Edited
  body {
    background: #F2F2B6;
    display: flex;
    justify-content: center;
    align-items: center;
    height: calc(100vh - 16px);
  div {
    --a: 150px;
    filter: drop-shadow(20px 0 currentcolor);
    width: 0;
    height: 0;
    color: #FD4602;
    border-top: calc(0.866 * var(--a)) solid #FF6D00;
    border-left: calc(var(--a) / 2) solid transparent;
    border-right: calc(var(--a) / 2) solid transparent;
    border-bottom: 0;
  div ~ div {
    color: #FF6D00;
    border-bottom: calc(0.866 * var(--a)) solid #FD4602;
    border-top: 0;
    margin: 0 20px 0 -40px;
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j471n profile image
Jatin Sharma

using border is also impressive. Keep it up.

gass profile image

Your explanation of the use of box-shadow and clip-path was very useful. It wasn't an easy challenge for me. Here is my solution ;)

<section class='box'>
  <div class='shadow-effect1'>
    <div class='triangle inverted left'></div>
  <div class='shadow-effect2'>
    <div class='triangle right'></div>
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    margin:85px 0 100px 51px;
  .triangle {
    width: 151px;
    height: 130px;
    clip-path: polygon(0% 100%, 100% 100%, 50% 0%);
    filter: drop-shadow(20px 0px #FD4602);
    filter: drop-shadow(20px 0px #FF6D00);
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