Skewing Web Page Elements Using The CSS3 Skew Transform
Skewing Web Page Elements Using The CSS3 Skew Transform

With CSS3, you can transform the appearance of Web page elements. The skew transform allows you to skew a particular element or group of elements, by supplying a number of degrees to skew along the X and Y axes. Your code needs to be tailored to the specific browsers supporting CSS3 and you do, of course, need to remember that not all browsers support these properties yet.

 

The CSS3 skew transform can execute as the user interacts with your pages, and you can optionally include a transition within the effect.

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