Category: CSS

  • A national flag by using CSS gradient

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    To create a national flag using CSS gradient, you will need to use the background-image property and set it to a linear gradient. You can specify the direction of the gradient using the to keyword, followed by a combination of keywords (such as top, bottom, left, and right) or angles (in degrees). Here is an…

  • CSS image effects that you can use on hover

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    CSS effects can be a useful way to add some visual interest and interactivity to a website. They can help to make a website more engaging and user-friendly by adding visual cues that respond to user actions, such as hovering over an image or button. CSS effects can also be used to create a more…

  • Center an element using CSS Flexbox

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    To center an element using the CSS flexbox layout, you can use the justify-content and align-items properties. Here’s an example of how to center a div element horizontally and vertically using the flexbox layout: Then, you can apply the container class to the parent element of the element that you want to center. Here’s an…