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misc: gradient borders


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[info]tessisamess's amazing gradient text tutorial put it into my head that there might be a way to apply gradients to borders as well. And I was right!

You can also do it with radial gradients to get a different look:

Or repeating ones:

You can vary the width of the border, like so! Unfortunately you cannot also:
  • use border styles like dotted or double
  • round the corners using border-radius
...at least you can, but it won't work.
Update: You can however use outline, which takes some of the same styles as border, to get some similar effects!

Comments

May. 31st, 2018 07:51 pm (UTC)
ikr? I was SO STOKED when I got it to work!