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Gradients don’t really need vendor prefixes now (unless you’re supporting really old browsers) so you can reduce the CSS a lot https://codepen.io/anon/pen/NOgJoO
And for the white edges, try an inset box-shadow. You can use multiple, comma separated box-shadows on the same element to build up the thickness of each side individually. In the demo I just used one for simplicity. More info here https://css-tricks.com/almanac/properties/b/box-shadow/
About CodePen; unfortunately I don’t have a personal account to know all the nitty-gritty details – maybe one of the others could answer in more detail? I just use the fork (make a copy) option to duplicate someone else’s pen in order to edit the code in a new anonymous pen. The free account or paid account may very well have sharing/dual edit capabilities. A free account allows you to organise, save and re-edit old pens, instead of the there-and-then anonymous pens that I tend to use.