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Blendys and difficult clients

Super-Easy Blendy Backgrounds

by Matthew O'Neill · 63 Comments

Gradients: a nutritious part of your Web 2.0 breakfast. Wouldn't it be swell if you could get all that goodness without opening Photoshop every time you needed a little gradient bliss? Matthew O'Neill explains how you can.

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