How to work with gradients in CSS3 CSS3 gradients are used to display smooth transitions between two or more colors. Images were used earlier to display effects, but now in CSS3 we can use gradients. Gradients save bandwidth and load time. In a previous tutorial you learned about CSS3 Pseudo classes. In this tutorial we
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