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CSS3 gradient reference

CSS3 gradient reference


I'm trying to find a good, current css3 gradient reference, including vendor prefixes.

I've gone through a number of online generators, but they seem to emit very different css rules. It's hard to say what is current / supported on current and older browsers.


By reference, I mean reputable, accurate websites that cover this topic.

Sorry folks, this should probably be closed.

Is there an “official”/standard CSS3 gradient syntax?

Not sure how I didn't find this first.

Problem courtesy of: ScottE


Here's another cool CSS3 gradient generator that will allow you to learn by visually tweaking things.

They also link to several sources of CSS3 gradient documentation in their "About" section.

  • Firefox
  • Safari and Chrome (Webkit)
  • Internet Explorer
  • Opera
Solution courtesy of: jessegavin


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