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How to replace 7.0 banner image with css gradation

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Use this CSS

body.homepage .banner-thumbnail-wrapper.has-description {
    background-image: linear-gradient(#000 0%, #00324f 55%, #003963 100%);
    background-color: transparent !important;
body.homepage .banner-thumbnail-wrapper.has-description img {
    visibility: hidden;


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Thanks, I tried that on a test page. When I deleted the jpg background image to see if the color was there, it wasn't. No color, so no visible text. 

I'm starting to think it might be better to leave it as is or try to switch to svg. My goal was to shorten load time. 

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