WebKit now supports gradients specified in CSS. There are two types of gradients: linear gradients and radial gradients.
So what exactly is a gradient in CSS? It is an image, usable anywhere that image URLs were used before. That’s right… anywhere.
You can use gradients in the following places: background-image border-image list-style-image content property
Although the WebKit team is saying it is supported “now” a commenter on Surfin’ Safari states that it seems the whole function isn’t included in the latest nightly builds of WebKit.
So it will take some time, ‘til it’s worth replacing the gradient images on my h3 and h4 headlines with just simple css code…