Using javascript with or without Jquery, I need to a create a gradient of colours based on a start and finish color. Is this possible to do programmatically?  The end colour is only ever going to be darker shade of the start colour and it's for...
Here is jsfiddle of a Sankey diagram:    I am trying to modify colors of the links so that the color of each link is actually gradient from its source node color to its target node color. (it is assumed that opacity will remain 0.2 or 0.5 depending w...
I was trying to use Raphael JS graphics library. I would like to use the attribute gradient which should accept an object. Documentation says to refer to SVG specs. I found the gradient object in SVG, for instance   <linearGradient id="myFillG...
Is it possible to calculate a color in a middle of a gradient?  var color1 = 'FF0000'; var color2 = '00FF00';  // 50% between the two colors, should return '808000' var middle = gradient(color1, color2, 0.5);    I only have tw...
I'm drawing charts with d3.js.   Is it possible to add radial gradients to donut chart, how on this picture?...
in my css file I have gradient rule, like this:  background-image:linear-gradient(to right, #FF0000 0%, #00FF00 20px, rgb(0, 0, 255) 100%);   I want to get all parts of this string. Expected output is:  linear-gradient to right #FF0000  0%,  #00FF00...
So I tried to make a gradient fill for the ChartJS doughnut chart, but this only works horizontal and not in a circle.  This is the code that I'm using:     var ctx = document.getElementById("chart-area").getContext("2d");     var...
This shows an example of how to create a two-color gradient along a THREE.js line:  Color Gradient for Three.js line  How do you implement a multi-stop color gradient along a line?  It looks like attributes will only interpolate across two values (I...
I am experimenting on this color control panel where a user can change the look and feel of the page using a slide in control panel. An added complexity is that the slide-in panel is in parent window where as the page that the changes are made to is...
I'm making a small webpage where the I would like the top banner with some text to remain on top, as such:  HTML:  <div id = "topBanner">      <h1>Some Text</h1>  </div>   CSS:  #topBanner{     position:fixed;...

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