The box-shadow CSS property is used to add a shadow effect to an element's box. The shadow is added behind the element and is typically used to make the element stand out or to create a decorative effect.
The cursor CSS property is used to control the appearance of the cursor when it is over an element. This property can be used to change the cursor to a hand pointer, for example, to indicate that the element is clickable.
The filter CSS property is used to apply graphical effects such as blur or saturation to an element.
The opacity CSS property is used to control the transparency of an element. This property takes a value between 0 (fully transparent) and 1 (fully opaque) and can be used to create partially transparent elements.
The overflow-x and overflow-y CSS properties are used to control the behavior of content that is too large to fit within an element. These properties can be used to add scrollbars to the element, or to hide the content that overflows.
The transform CSS property is used to apply transformations such as scaling, rotating, or translating to an element. This property can be used to create a variety of visual effects.