35 degree Gradient

How do I code a 35 degree gradient with hex color format? I have been stuck for days

For example you can use:

background: linear-gradient(35deg, #0000ff, #ffff00, #ff0000);

Starting with blue, in the middle is yellow and at the end is red.

Please refer to this article
there is a section specifically outlining the syntax for your question.

background: linear-gradient(35deg,#ccffff,#ffcccc,); These are the parameters I am working with

still fruitless :disappointed:

You have an extra comma at the end.

You have:
background: linear-gradient(35deg,#ccffff,#ffcccc,);

Should be:
background: linear-gradient(35deg,#ccffff,#ffcccc);

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thanks…tried it but no difference yet

You can use the code like this:

background-image: linear-gradient(35deg, red, #f06d06);

Reference Tutorial: here

@YusufOlaide Try using a different browser, it should be passing the test. Post your full code so we can see it if you have something else wrong. Use the button </> at the top of the comment box to format your code.

@dianaug You can’t use background-image because the challenge explicitly asks you to use the background property.

Then simply use this:

background: linear-gradient(35deg, red, #f06d06);

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    border-radius: 20px;
    width: 70%;
    height: 400px;
    margin: 50px auto;
    background: linear-gradient(
This is the full code


Try making it just one line, like this.

background: linear-gradient(35deg, #ccffff, #ffcccc);

The new line is throwing off the test.