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CSS Enhancing Design with CSS Background Images Background Blend Modes

Karina Rogers
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Karina Rogers
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 15,078 Points

Why does my workspace highlight 'background-blend-mode' in red?

When I type background-blend-mode: multiply; my workspace highlights 'background-blend-mode' in red. My code is working but why is this?

1 Answer

Robert Manolis
Robert Manolis
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Karina Rogers , often when you see something like that in an editor, it has to do there being incomplete support or a potential issue with that property or whatever it happens to be. Meaning it may not work in all browser or older version of browsers. When I search that property in caniuse, I can see that it has pretty good support, but the notes at the bottom of this page say there are potentially some issues. :thumbsup: