Get ready to paint the town red (well — and violet, and purple) with this electrifying CSS gradient.
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background: #30121c; /* fallback for old browsers*/ background: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #30121c 0%, #ff2145 15%, #263850 75%, #384967 90%, #8b90a6 100%); background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #30121c 0%, #ff2145 15%, #263850 75%, #384967 90%, #8b90a6 100%); background: linear-gradient(to bottom, #30121c 0%, #ff2145 15%, #263850 75%, #384967 90%, #8b90a6 100%);
- #30121c at 0%
- #ff2145 at 15%
- #263850 at 75%
- #384967 at 90%
- #8b90a6 at 100%
There have been few things in my life that carry the same strange mixture of prickling anxiety and intoxicating anticipation I got from getting all dressed up for a night out when I was in my teens. The night hung heavy with possibilities: there were songs to be sung, dances to be danced and girls to be awkwardly flirted with. I wore my nicest shirt, sprinkled on some cologne (it was expensive!) and futzed around with my hair for hours on end.
The light takes on a certain athmosphere during those nights: the streetlights mingle with the bright colors of the patrons waiting in a queue in front of the venue, while the neon lights ramp up your pulse. Those nights seemed to pulse with a tireless heartbeat that I could feel for days after.
This color gradient features an exciting color palette with hues of red, violet and purple and works well as a background for your bar homepage or band site.