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[QUESTION] Using gradients based on themes in Edge

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PostGuest on Tue 03 Jan 2017, 07:47

I'm getting really confused with this and it's just a question for now (well, more like an experiment), but I was wondering how to use gradient colors in Edge elements based on theme colors. Let's say I want to change the header or post title background color, top = primary, bottom = secondary. How do I do that? I mean, I can't just hook elements to moz webkits in CSS and have them covered by the theme colors, right? scratch

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Post on Tue 03 Jan 2017, 10:31


CSS gradients should work for this. Applying them in the palette array wont work though, you'd need to setup the gradients in the script where the background properties are in ALL.JS.

line 218 for example.
background-color:' + palette[1] + ';
background:linear-gradient(' + palette[1] + ', ' + palette[2] + ');

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