Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Taking the next step, part of CSS: Gradients.
If you're looking to expand on your CSS knowledge, I've got some great courses that I want you …to check out on the lynda.com online training library. …The first of which is called CSS: Styling Navigation which is developed by my friend …and co-staff author here at lynda, James Williamson. …James in this course shows you how to create some really cool menus, links, and buttons …that are really going to help your visitors navigate your site faster and more efficiently. …This is a great course on learning different styles and techniques for organizing your …menu structure, creating block level links, and all types of different things related to navigations.…
So if you want more on CSS navigation be sure to check this out. …Again, it's from James Williamson. …The next one is called CSS: Transitions and Transforms. …This is by Joseph Lowery. …This is a great course if you're wanting to learn some of the more animated and interactive …features of CSS3 that are now capable of being displayed across most modern browsers. …
- 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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