CSS: Radial Gradient

By Xah Lee. Date: . Last updated: .

Here's a radial gradient.

radial gradient

CSS code:

div.rg77348 {
 background: radial-gradient(yellow, green);
 width:150px;height:150px; border:solid thin black;
}

HTML code:

<div class="rg77348">radial gradient</div>

Starting from Corner

circle at left top, yellow, green

CSS code for the gradient:

div {background: radial-gradient(circle at left top, yellow, green)}

Elliptical Radial

By default, the shape of gradient is circle. But you can also make it ellipse.

CSS code:

div {background: radial-gradient(ellipse at right bottom, red, green, blue, white);}

Gradient Color Stops

yellow 10%, green 20%, blue, white

CSS code:

div {background: radial-gradient(yellow 10%, green 20%, blue, white);}

The meaning of parameters for color stops are the same as linear gradient. [see CSS: Linear Gradient]

Sharp Color Change

When 2 color stops are at the same position, you have a sharp color change.

brown, green 20%, blue 20%, white

CSS code:

div {background: radial-gradient(brown, green 20%, blue 20%, white);}

RGB, HSL, Color Specs

Color syntax can be any CSS color spec, even with opacity.

Browser Support

as of , Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, support it.

Reference

http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-images/#radial-gradients

CSS Color Topic

  1. CSS Color Tutorial
  2. CSS Color Names
  3. CSS: HSL Color
  4. CSS: Opacity
  5. CSS: Linear Gradient
  6. CSS: Radial Gradient
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