CSS3 Radial Gradients - radial-gradient()

What is a CSS Radial Gradient?

In a radial gradient, rather than colors smoothly fading from one side of the gradient box to the other as with linear gradients, they instead emerge from a single point and smoothly spread outward in a circular or elliptical shape.

A radial gradient is specified by indicating the center of the gradient (where the 0% ellipse will be) and the size and shape of the ending shape (the 100% ellipse). Color stops are given as a list, just as for linear-gradient(). Starting from the gradient center and progressing towards (and potentially beyond) the ending shape uniformly-scaled concentric ellipses are drawn and colored according to the specified color stops.

Definition from W3C

Examples of Radial Gradients

Radial Gradient - Center (default direction)

Radial Gradient - Top

Radial Gradient - Bottom Left

Create Radial Gradients