I have been using the W3C CSS Validator to highlight any problems with the code. What I am getting is ‘Congratulations! No Error Found’ for CSS Level 3, but there are warnings for code like the following:
Do W3C not recognise the above has good practice?
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Calling for some advice/support to put forward a few ideas as to how to best achieve a design I'm working on.
I have attached an image outlining a section in a design that has a (not skewed, but similar) wavy curved shape on the top and bottom. The site will have a fixed container grid of 1200px but the height of the content will be variable depending on the viewport width. To make things a little more tricky too, I would like to do this with a gradient. This would cause issues with doing a static image top and bottom and a gradient background for the main content.
Could anyone post a few quick codepen ideas to point me in the right direction? Or link me some jQuery/JS-based plugins that would be able to create something close to what I want to achieve. Alternatively, if you have any other suggestions i'm all ears (the gradient could go for example)