CSS Functions

CSS functions are used to provide dynamic and calculated values for CSS properties. They can be used to perform a variety of tasks, such as:

  • Color manipulation: CSS functions can be used to manipulate colors in a variety of ways, such as blending colors, creating gradients, and adjusting the brightness, contrast, and hue of colors.
  • Mathematical operations: CSS functions can be used to perform mathematical operations on CSS values, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • Transformations: CSS functions can be used to transform elements on the page, such as rotating, scaling, translating, and skewing them.
  • Other tasks: CSS functions can also be used to perform a variety of other tasks, such as retrieving the value of an HTML attribute, clipping an element to a specific shape, and creating custom fonts.