Hi, I’ve already completed and passed this step. However, I was still a bit confused and wanted to check with the forums.
The example states,
“Gradient transitions often gradually change from one color to another. You can make the change a solid line like this:”
Our lesson states:
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In this case, why aren’t we using the percentages in the example, and where did 0% to 6% and 6% to 9% come from?
I’m not sure if I’m understanding your question correctly. The example is just an example, you don’t have to use those specific percentages in the example to create a gradient. I’m assuming the percentages they are asking you to use for the challenge fit in with what the ultimate plan is for this city skyline you are building.
So I guess the answer to your question would be “Because that’s what we need to do in order to make the skyline look the way want it to look.” But if I am not understanding you correctly then please clarify your question a bit.
That seems like a reasonable answer. I should’ve stated the question a bit differently. I realize that it was an example and different projects require different percentages, etc. I was just curious where the numbers came from, and how FCC determined that those numbers were the best selections to use.
it is a matter of taste. Just like asking someone why they picked this specific shade of gray for their wall. They picked it because they liked it.