CSS3 2D Transforms allow for various transformation to be applied to elements, such as scaling or rotating, in two-dimensional space. It is possible to apply one or many transforms to a single element. This allows for effects such as rotating text or images at an angle, and can be combined with transitions to apply interactive effects such as scaling up elements when the users interacts with them.
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Use CSS3 transition property to change CSS values
Use CSS3 outline-offset property to offset the outline rendition
Use CSS3 box-sizing property to alter the default CSS box model
The CSS3 box-sizing property allows you to determine whether you want an element to render it’s borders and padding within its specified width, or outside of it. By default, box-sizing property is set to content-box. By setting it to border-box, you can force the browser to instead render the box with the specified width and height, and place the border and padding inside the box.
Use CSS3 resize property to allow end user to resize an element
CSS3 offers some great new properties relating to resizing elements such as text areas, outlining, box sizing, and more. We have already discussed some of these features. In this article and subsequent few more we will focus on some of the most significant ways you can enhance user interface features in CSS3.
Create multiple columns with CSS3 column-count and column-gap properties
Create text shadow with CSS3 text-shadow property
Create box shadow with CSS3 box-shadow property
Create rounded corners with CSS3 border-radius property
An introduction to CSS tips, tricks, techniques, and snippets
This article is a small introduction to two new series about Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – CSS Tips, Tricks and Techniques and CSS Snippets. The aim of this introductory article is to familiarize those who are totally new to CSS with some of the basics. The series to be published on our blog would enrich and supplement your knowledge of CSS.