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  1. Blake

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    Amazing. I really appreciate the feedback! Thank you for the gradient generator, that will be really useful! Just a quick question. If I were to us an image that is 1px wide and repeat, I wouldn't be able to get the gradient effect, right? that may be an obvious question, but I just wanted to make sure I understand.
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    Backgrounds

    Hello, I wasn't sure if I should post this under CSS, HTML, or whatever so I ended up in the general topics. I am relatively new to we development. I had page that the back ground is an image of a color to goes light at the top to a darker shade at the bottom (gradient). So normally to save load time I assume you would just apply the color via CSS so it doesn't have to load and actually image. Is it possible to use some sort of HTML, CSS, etc to apply a gradient to the solid color? Or do i just have to load the image. I hope this makes sense. I appreciate the help. Thanks
  3. Hello, So I am fairly new to the developer world and I am dong this on my own (self taught). I have a friend who sent me a template design of something to put together, he also sent me the CSS and HTML code so i code use it in reference if I was stuck... I noticed in the CSS there is a lot of reference for value "museo-slab1" under then font property. What is this? Is this a type of font? I hope this question is clear enough to understand. being fairly new it is hard for me to know the right question to ask. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Here is one of the lines of CSS that I found it in, hopefully this helps... font:normal normal 500 11px/21px "museo-slab-1","museo-slab-2",serif;
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