Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating fallbacks, part of CSS: Gradients.
By now you're probably asking me or asking yourself, what about browsers that don't support …gradients? How in the world do we handle those if we're trying to use all of these new fancy …ways of creating colors and making images with these gradients? How do we deal with …older browsers? How do we provide fallbacks for those older browsers? The answer is actually pretty simple. …All you have to do is define the fallbacks within your CSS code and that's what we're …going to discuss in this movie. …The first thing we're going to do is set up a linear gradient and then I will define fallbacks on top of it.…
What we're going to do here,…I'm just going to come down to my code and I'm going to first I'll type a comment here …and this is a great way to actually define where you're creating things, and also to specify …to other people, designers, developers, and what have you, where things start and stop. …The first thing I'm going to do here is I'm going to type out fallback and then I'll type …out an asterisk and close that up. …
- Exploring browser compatibility
- Creating horizontal and vertical gradients
- Adding extra color stops
- Exploring radial gradient syntax
- Using transparency
- Creating fallbacks
- Generating gradients via the web
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Creating Linear Gradients
3. Creating Radial Gradients
4. Quick Projects
Simulating metallic textures8m 31s
5. Beyond the Basics
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