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Thick Underline

An editable thick underline for your Headlines

This is a fairly simple way to add a thick underline to your elements.

We use here 2 interesting tricks:

  1. We Create a background gradient which both colors are positioned at the same point. This way there's no "gradient transition" at all, and the background seems like 2 different colors.
Gradient without "gradient"
  1. Creating a <span> element inside the <H1> element (the span could be created inside any element). This way the background is kept relative to each line.
Span inside the H1

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Whenever possible, use Class Names to target the elements in your interaction. You never know when you'll need to duplicate and use it somewhere else...

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