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HTML Text at an angle?

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Is there any way to write HTML Text at an Angle?  Example, I have a table with a lot of columns,  I want to put the column headers at a 75, or 90 degree angle?  So you can use space more effectively?

Like you can in MS Excel.
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There's no pure CSS solution to that, but check out...
http://www.jdstiles.com/java/angledtext2.html
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