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left: 15px;
top: 4px;
transition: transform .5s linear;
.tweet:hover:before {
transform: rotate(360deg);
This expands on our existing .tweet styles, adding a transition declaration to our :be-
fore pseudo-element, along with a new declaration block. The new declaration block uses
something we haven't yet seen: two pseudo-selectors combined. In this case, we're telling
the browser to rotate the :before pseudo-element element 360 degrees clockwise when the
user hovers their mouse anywhere over a .tweet element (which contains the :before
Linear Gradients
The features described in this section will help us complete the overall look of RecipeFinder.
CSS allows us to define graphics called gradients , without using images. A gradient is a stat-
ic image that consists of two or more colors, where one is gradually changing into the other.
Figure 5.5 shows what a basic gradient looks like.
Figure 5.5. A simple example of a gradient
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