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FIGURE 4.26 The effects of
circle farthest-corner and
ellipse farthest-corner.
I've not used these implicit shape values very much, preferring instead to control
the shape using explicit unit values. But this doesn't mean you won't.
Color stops work in the same way as the color stops in linear gradients except that
the units you specify denote distance from the center of the gradient, not distance
from the starting corner/edge.
I encourage you to experiment with different color values with the examples
I've provided and otherwise. Try creating a sun's rays or a shadow or flashlight
moving across the top of your site. Again, use RGBA colors for the win! You'll see
more exciting examples throughout the topic.
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