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BrianJ Helper IV
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CSS Gradient

I am trying to apply this to an HTML Text control with no luck.

"<div style='
background: #ffffff;
background: linear-gradient(180deg,#ffffff 0%, #f7f7f7 80%);
background: -webkit-linear-gradient(180deg,#ffffff 0%, #f7f7f7 80%);
background: -moz-linear-gradient(180deg,#ffffff 0%, #f7f7f7 80%);
</div>"

Any ideas on what I am doing wrong? 

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eka24 Community Champion
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Re: CSS Gradient

Try watching this video if it can help from Richard
https://youtu.be/UGKyW4b_VXk


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eka24 Community Champion
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Re: CSS Gradient

Try watching this video if it can help from Richard
https://youtu.be/UGKyW4b_VXk


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WarrenBelz Community Champion
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Re: CSS Gradient

Hi @BrianJ ,

The easiest workaround is to make your required background on your preferred program the screen size, save as an image, upload to Media and then paste in your page, however this article also has some interesting ideas.

 

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BrianJ Helper IV
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Re: CSS Gradient

That was exactly what I needed.  Thank you!!!

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