The length of the gradient that repeats is the distance between the first and last color stop. If the first color does not have a color-stop-length, the color-stop-length defaults to 0. With each repetition, the positions of the color stops are shifted by a multiple of the length of the basic linear gradient. Thus, the position of each ending color stop coincides with a starting color stop; if the color values are different, this will result in a sharp visual transition. This can be altered with repeating the first color again as the last color.
As with any gradient, a repeating linear gradient has ; i.e., it has no natural or preferred size, nor a preferred ratio. Its concrete size will match the size of the element it applies to.
3 and other properties that use the
4 data type.
The position of the gradient line's starting point. If specified, it consists of the word
6 and up to two keywords: one indicates the horizontal side (
8), and the other the vertical side (
0). The order of the side keywords does not matter. If unspecified, it defaults to
5 are equivalent to the angles
9 respectively. The other values are translated into an angle.
The gradient line's angle of direction. A value of
6 is equivalent to
2; increasing values rotate clockwise from there.
4 value, followed by one or two optional stop positions, (each being either a
5 or a
6 along the gradient's axis). A percentage of
7, or a length of
8, represents the start of the gradient; the value
9 is 100% of the image size, meaning the gradient will not repeat.
Th color-hint is an interpolation hint defining how the gradient progresses between adjacent color stops. The length defines at which point between two color stops the gradient color should reach the midpoint of the color transition. If omitted, the midpoint of the color transition is the midpoint between two color stops.
Note: Rendering of follows the same rules as color stops in SVG gradients.
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Because the last color stop is 10% and the gradient is vertical, each gradient in the repeated gradient is 10% of the height, fitting 10 horizontal bars.
How do you make a gradient progress bar?
How To Implement A Progress Bar With CSS (With Gradient).
Step 1: Create A New File index.html. ... .
Step 2: Add The HTML Structure For The Progress Bar Inside The Body Tag. ... .
Step 3: Add The CSS Code. ... .
Step 4: Add Some JS Code To Animate The Progress Bar For Demonstration..
How do you add a gradient line in CSS?
linear-gradient() The linear-gradient() CSS function creates an image consisting of a progressive transition between two or more colors along a straight line. Its result is an object of the <gradient> data type, which is a special kind of <image> .
What are the three 3 types of gradients?
In fact, there are three types of gradients: linear, radial, and conic.
What is the use of gradient in CSS?
CSS gradients let you display smooth transitions between two or more specified colors. CSS defines three types of gradients: Linear Gradients (goes down/up/left/right/diagonally) Radial Gradients (defined by their center)