Backgrounds have a significant impact on the design of a website. They help create a site’s look and feel, establish groupings, and assign priority, and they have a considerable influence on a website’s usability.
Within CSS, element backgrounds can be a solid color, an image, a gradient, or a combination of these. As we decide how to implement these backgrounds, we should keep in mind that every background contributes to the overall appearance of our website.
In this lesson we’re going to take a look at how to assign different types of backgrounds, including gradients, to elements; we’ll also play around with a handful of CSS3 properties specific to backgrounds.
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