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The contrast() CSS function adjusts the contrast of the input image. Its result is a <filter-function>.
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The contrast() CSS function adjusts the contrast of the input image. Its result is a <filter-function>.





The contrast of the result, specified as a <number> or a <percentage>. A value under 100% decreases the contrast, while a value over 100% increases it. A value of 0% will create an image that is completely gray, while a value of 100% leaves the input unchanged. The lacuna value for interpolation is 1.


Setting contrast using numbers and percentages

contrast(0)     /* Completely gray */ contrast(65%)   /* 65% contrast */ contrast(1)     /* No effect */ contrast(200%)  /* Double contrast */ 


Filter Effects Module Level 2 # funcdef-filter-contrast

See also

<filter-function> blur() brightness() drop-shadow() grayscale() hue-rotate() invert() opacity() saturate() sepia()

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