CSS Gradient Generator

Generate the CSS code needed to apply gradient backgrounds to HTML elements.





How To Use This Tool

First, select your initial color by using the range slider. Add as many colors as you'd like to the gradient by using the color range slider. Use the slider to position colors within your gradient. Under options, you can change the degree/rotation of the gradient.

You can also set it to be a linear or radial gradient, while also setting it to repeat or not. Use the preset CSS gradients to generate quickly. When ready, click the "copy css" button and paste it into your CSS selector.

Why Make a CSS Gradient?

CSS Gradients, especially ones that use multiple background colors are modern and trendy. They barely impact page performance, but can be fun ways to spruce up the look of a website.

Demo: Using CSS background properities to make a gradient

We will use the following css:
background: linear-gradient(180deg, #FDFC47 0%,#24FE41 100%);
CSS Gradient Applied

Credit Where Credit Is Due

This is an adapted fork of Hunq Vux's "Kalimah Gradients" Codepen Notebook. We changed a few things and made it easier to use.

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