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CSS radial-gradient() Function



The radial-gradient() function is used to define a radial gradient as the background image. It is always defined by its center and has at least two color stops.




Its syntax is:- background-image: radial-gradient(shape size at position, start-color, ..., last-color);


Further Explanation:-

Value Description
shape Defines the shape of the gradient. For example, circle, ellipse.
size Defines the size of the gradient. For example, farthest-side, closest-side.
position Defines the position of the gradient. The center is by default.
start-color, ..., last-color Color stops are the colors that we want to render with smooth transitions. It consists of a color value, with an optional stop position.

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