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re: There is a CSS attribute backdrop-filter, which applies an effect to whatever is behind the element that has the attribute. .container { bac...
 

Wow! This is a cool feature. This property frees me from the hassle of using a separate div for blur and positioning it behind the content using z-index. How did I miss this during my research? Thank you @palle for pointing out the existence of this property 👍🏽

 
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