Text gradients can be a useful and visually appealing element of modern UI design, as they can add depth and interest to text and help it stand out on the page. However, it's important to use them sparingly and in a way that complements the overall design of your interface. Overuse of text gradients or using them in a way that is hard to read or not harmonious with the rest of the design can negatively impact the user experience.
In general, it's a good idea to consider the readability and legibility of your text when using gradients or other decorative effects. If the text is difficult to read or understand, it will not matter how visually appealing the gradient is.
Overall, text gradients can be a useful tool in modern UI design when used judiciously and in a way that enhances the user experience.
In this article, we'll cover how to create a gradient title using Tailwind CSS utilities.
First create a
h1 tag and give it a content
After creating a title, let's add some utilities to change our
h1 size and weight :
<h1 class="text-5xl font-bold">Gradient title</h1>
bg-clip-text utility refers to the background-clip property in CSS, it determines the area within which the background color or image of an element is applied. It is used to clip the background image or color of an element and needs the content
text to paint the background to our title or any other text.
<h1 class="text-5xl font-bold bg-clip-text">Gradient title</h1>
After that, add
text-transparent so that only the background will be applied as text color.
<h1 class="text-5xl font-bold bg-clip-text text-transparent">Gradient title</h1>
Your result should be blank right now as we added
text-transparent class, Now we need to add gradient background utilities to our title to see our gradient applied as text color.
<h1 class="text-5xl font-bold bg-clip-text text-transparent bg-gradient-to-r from-blue-600 to-purple-500">Gradient title</h1>
Now our title should look like :
You can add your brand's colors to make it fit with the rest of your UI elements.
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Let me know what you think about it, the last time I used text gradient was on tailus.io website.