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Creating Gradients in CSS

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In this tutorial viewers will learn how to define a gradient in CSS.

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1. Create a new HTML document with an internal stylesheet.

2. Create a div in CSS and name it Gradient. Define the background as "linear-gradient(to right, #ee3668, black)". Ensure you specify a direction and start and end colors.

3. Create a new div in CSS and name it Gradient2. Define the background as "linear-gradient(45deg, #ee3668, black, rgba(255,0,0,1))" This is an example of multiple color stops and transparency.

4. Create a new div in CSS and name it Gradient3. Define the background as "radial-gradient(#ee3668 10%, white 45%, black)". Ensure you specify colors and percentages. This is an example of a radial gradient with defined color stops.

5. Style the h1 element to be white text.

6. In the HTML, type the tag for the Gradient div. Inside the Gradient div, type some text inside an h1 tag. Do the same for the other divs.

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