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Grainy Gradients


Browse through Dribbble or Behance, and you’ll find designers using a simple technique to add texture to an image: noise. Adding noise makes otherwise solid colors or smooth gradients, such as shadows, more realistic. But despite designers’ affinity for texture, … The post Grainy Gradients...

My Struggle to Use and Animate a Conic Gradient in SVG


The wonderful company I work for, Payoneer, has a new logo, and my job was to recreate it and animate it for a loader component in our app. I’ll explain exactly how I did it, share the problems I … The post My Struggle to Use and Animate a Conic Gradient in SVG appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

Variable Aspect Ratio Card With Conic Gradients Meeting Along the Diagonal


I recently came across an interesting problem. I had to implement a grid of cards with a variable (user-set) aspect ratio that was stored in a --ratio custom property. Boxes with a certain aspect ratio are a classic problem in … The post Variable Aspect Ratio Card With Conic Gradients...

The “Gray Dead Zone” of Gradients


Erik D. Kennedy notes an interesting phenomenon of color gradients. If you have a gradient between two colors where the line between them in the color space goes through the zero-saturation middle, you get this “gray dead zone” in … The post The “Gray Dead Zone”...

Animating a CSS Gradient Border


This little trick for gradient borders is super useful: .border-gradient { border: 5px solid; border-image-slice: 1; border-image-source: linear-gradient(to left, #743ad5, #d53a9d); } Here’s some basic demos from our article on the subject. Sephanie Eckles was sharing around the idea...

No-Jank CSS Stripes


My mind goes immediately to repeating-linear-gradient and hard-stop gradients when thinking of creating stripes in CSS. You make one stripe by using the same color between two color stops, and another stripe (or more) but using a different color … The post No-Jank CSS Stripes appeared first...

Firefox 83


There’s a small line in the changelog that is is big news for CSS: We’ve added support for CSS Conic Gradients (bug 1632351) and (bug 1175958). 🎉🎉🎉 Conic gradients are circular, just like their radial counterpart, but place color stops...

USA.css


Lots of fun with gradients from Bennet Feely: stars, stripes, banners, bursts… I love being able to use nice patterns with either no image requests at all, or very little SVG. And important reminder: Bennet does all sorts of cool stuff. I’ve probably used Clippy about a million times....

How-to guide for creating edge-to-edge color bars that work with a grid


Hard-stop gradients are one of my favorite CSS tricks. Here, Marcel Moreau combines that idea with CSS grid to solve an issue that’s otherwise a pain in the butt. Say you have like a 300px right sidebar on a desktop layout with a unique background color. Easy enough. But then say you want...

When Sass and New CSS Features Collide


Recently, CSS has added a lot of new cool features such as custom properties and new functions. While these things can make our lives a lot easier, they can also end up interacting with preprocessors, like Sass, in funny ways. So this is going to be a post about the issues I’ve encountered...

Creative Background Patterns Using Gradients, CSS Shapes, and Even Emojis


You can create stripes in CSS. That’s all I thought about in terms of CSS background patterns for a long time. There’s nothing wrong with stripes; stripes are cool. They can be customized into wide and narrow bands, criss-crossed into a checked pattern, and played with in other ways using the idea...

Background Patterns, Simplified by Conic Gradients


For those who have missed the big news, Firefox now supports conic gradients! Starting with Firefox 75, released on the April 7, we can go to about:config, look for the layout.css.conic-gradient.enabled flag and set its value to true (it’s false by default and all it takes to switch...

While You Weren’t Looking, CSS Gradients Got Better


One thing that caught my eye on the list of features for Lea Verou's conic-gradient() polyfill was the last item: Supports double position syntax (two positions for the same color stop, as a shortcut for two consecutive color stops with the same color) Surprisingly, I recently discovered most...

Nested Gradients with background-clip


I can't say I use background-clip all that often. I'd wager it's hardly ever used in day-to-day CSS work. But I was reminded of it in a post by Stefan Judis, which consistently was itself a learning-response post to a post over here by Ana Tudor. Here's a quick explanation. You've probably seen...

Multi-Line Inline Gradient


Came across this thread: CSS superfriends! Have you seen examples of how to do multi-line padded text like this article on @css (https://t.co/2j8p4jmaT4), but with a gradient that doesn't reset for each line? pic.twitter.com/MVPdAjxt1W — Dan Mall (@danmall) December 3, 2018 My first...

Gradient Borders in CSS


Let's say you need a gradient border around an element. My mind goes like this: There is no simple obvious CSS API for this. I'll just make a wrapper element with a linear-gradient background, then an inner element will block out most of that background, except a thin line of padding around...

Scrolling Gradient


If you want a gradient that changes as you scroll down a very long page, you can create a gradient with a bunch of color stops, apply it to the body and it will do just that. But, what if you don't want a perfectly vertical gradient? Like you want just the top left corner to change color? Mike...

Drawing Images with CSS Gradients


What I mean by "CSS images" is images that are created using only HTML elements and CSS. They look as if they were SVGs drawn in Adobe Illustrator but they were made right in the browser. Some techniques I’ve seen used are tinkering with border radii, box shadows, and sometimes clip-path. You...

1 Element CSS Rainbow Gradient Infinity


I first got the idea to CSS something of the kind when I saw this gradient infinity logo by Infographic Paradise. The gradient doesn't look like in the original illustration, as I chose to generate the rainbow logically instead of using the Dev Tools picker or something like that, but other than...

The State of Changing Gradients with CSS Transitions and Animations


Back in 2012, Internet Explorer 10 came out and, among other things, it finally supported CSS gradients and, in addition to that, the ability to animate them with just CSS! No other browser supported this at the time, but I was hopeful for the future. Sadly, six years have passed and nothing...

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