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CSS Gradients

Method of defining a linear or radial color gradient as a CSS image.

Spec https://www.w3.org/TR/css3-images/
Status W3C Candidate Recommendation
IE Edge Firefox Chrome Safari Opera
      73    
    65 72    
    64 71 TP (2)  
11 18 63 70 12 (2) 56
10 17 62 69 11.1 (2) 55
9 16 61 68 11 (2) 54
8 15 60 67 10.1 (2) 53
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7 14 59 66 10 (2) 52
6 13 58 65 9.1 (2) 51
5.5 12 57 64 9 (2) 50
    56 63 8 (2) 49
    55 62 7.1 (2) 48
    54 61 7 (2) 47
    53 60 6.1 (2) 46
    52 59 6 (2,*) 45
    51 58 5.1 (2,*) 44
    50 57 5 (2,3,*) 43
    49 56 4 (2,3,*) 42
    48 55 3.2 41
    47 54 3.1 40
    46 53   39
    45 52   38
    44 51   37
    43 50   36
    42 49   35
    41 48   34
    40 47   33
    39 46   32
    38 45   31
    37 44   30
    36 43   29
    35 (2) 42   28
    34 (2) 41   27
    33 (2) 40   26
    32 (2) 39   25
    31 (2) 38   24
    30 (2) 37   23
    29 (2) 36   22
    28 (2) 35   21
    27 (2) 34   20
    26 (2) 33   19
    25 (2) 32   18
    24 (2) 31   17
    23 (2) 30   16
    22 (2) 29   15
    21 (2) 28   12.1
    20 (2) 27   12 (*)
    19 (2) 26   11.6 (*)
    18 (2) 25 (*)   11.5 (1,*)
    17 (2) 24 (*)   11.1 (1,*)
    16 (2) 23 (*)   11
    15 (2,*) 22 (*)   10.6
    14 (2,*) 21 (*)   10.5
    13 (2,*) 20 (*)   10.0-10.1
    12 (2,*) 19 (*)   9.5-9.6
    11 (2,*) 18 (*)   9
    10 (2,*) 17 (*)    
    9 (2,*) 16 (*)    
    8 (2,*) 15 (*)    
    7 (2,*) 14 (*)    
    6 (2,*) 13 (*)    
    5 (2,*) 12 (*)    
    4 (2,*) 11 (*)    
    3.6 (2,*) 10 (*)    
    3.5 9 (3,*)    
    3 8 (3,*)    
    2 7 (3,*)    
      6 (3,*)    
      5 (3,*)    
      4 (3,*)    
iOS Safari Opera Mini Android Browser Blackberry Browser Opera Mobile Android Chrome Android Firefox IE Mobile Android UC Browser Samsung Internet QQ Browser Baidu Browser
12 (2) all 67 10 46 70 63 11 11.8 7.2 1.2 7.12
11.3-11.4 (2)   4.4.3-4.4.4 7 (3,*) 12.1     10   6.2    
11.0-11.2 (2)   4.4   12 (*)         5    
10.3 (2)   4.2-4.3 (*)   11.5 (1,*)         4    
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10.0-10.2 (2)   4.1 (*)   11.1 (1,*)              
9.3 (2)   4 (*)   11              
9.0-9.2 (2)   3 (3,*)   10              
8.1-8.4 (2)   2.3 (3,*)                  
8 (2)   2.2 (3,*)                  
7.0-7.1 (2)   2.1 (3,*)                  
6.0-6.1 (2,*)                      
5.0-5.1 (2,*)                      
4.2-4.3 (2,3,*)                      
4.0-4.1 (2,3,*)                      
3.2 (2,3,*)                      

Notes

Syntax used by browsers with prefixed support may be incompatible with that for proper support.

Support can be somewhat emulated in older IE versions using the non-standard "gradient" filter.

Firefox 10+, Opera 11.6+, Chrome 26+ and IE10+ also support the new "to (side)" syntax.

  1. Partial support in Opera 11.10 and 11.50 also refers to only having support for linear gradients.

  2. Partial support in Safari and Older Firefox versions refers to not using premultiplied colors which results in unexpected behavior when using the transparent keyword as advised by the spec.

  3. Implements an earlier prefixed syntax as -webkit-gradient

* Partial support with prefix.

Resources

Data by caniuse.com
Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License v4.0.
http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-gradients