JS Mickey Watch
Although it is not needed for most of the sites, you can use it on the ones that are meant for children. Basically, all you need to perform is to combine some SVG graphics, CSS, and JS to position the hands of Mickey as hours and minutes hands of a watch.
The name of the snippet is taken from William Blake’s poem “The Tyger.” The focus of this attractive snippet is more on typographic animations than the content.
Through this snippet, you can add outlines and glowing effects to different segments of the text separately.
You may have seen this one on the websites of a lot of business firms. It’s a typing text snippet that stimulates a person typing a text in the word processor.
It uses a blend of CSS and JS animations to contain everything in one element. Business websites use it to list their description of the current and previous clients.
Filling SVG Text
This one is relatively unique and uses a mix of CSS stroke property and box shadows. In this snippet, the entire text is built with SVG. But, one can manually select the text as per his choice.
Another great thing about this snippet is that it works perfectly fine with every web browser. Also, the text is flexible enough to fit into possibly every website.