linear-gradient() – CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN – Mozilla

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A linear gradient is defined by an axis—the gradient line—and two or more color-stop points.Each point on the axis is a distinct color; to create a smooth gradient, the linear-gradient() function draws a series of colored lines perpendicular to the gradient line, each one matching the color of the point where it intersects the gradient line.. The gradient line is defined by the center of …

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