*the code seems to be working fine, or at least the window is showing the gradient, but I keep getting informed that I should “add a background property”
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I don’t know what is the task but for now there is already something that should attract your attention into your CSS definition. You use the super propriety background which include then background color. You must know it as you used the linear-gradient() function. Now, look the last property you use in your bb1a class.
Yeah I figured it out. Trying to mark this as solved, but unsure how. Thank you, by the way!
edit: the code seemed to work when the linear-gradient is the last function in the list… not sure why, but this seemed to solve my issue.
No problem @MrYub! When you say the last function in the list you mean the last value in the linear-gradient() function?
Ah, sorry… I meant the last in the list of styles in the .bb1a class selector.
Ok! Honestly, I don’t have a sure answer, maybe because you put it after you define the size, not sure
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