background property is where we can use CSS gradients. Functions like
radial-gradient(), and the
repeating-radial-gradient() varieties of the two have widespread support and more critically, a standardized syntax across browsers.
background property can also accept more than one gradient rendered on top of each other, with each function separated by a comma. Lea Verou showcased impressive patterns that can be created with this technique, from checkerboards, to bricks, to stars.
But now that we have the
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background-blend-mode property, we can create even more new gradients and patterns.