tweak the axis on html

Posted on 2010-01-09
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08
is there a way to tweak the x, y, z axis in html or css...i have a window pane i am trying to get to look like its on the window but the window is not straight on....

Question by:chefkeifer
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mreuring earned 2000 total points
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Hmmm, I would be tempted to say that in the latest webkit builds you can :)

But, let's be realistic. The answer is no... However, this is one of those times where you should (in my opinion) considder a flash-replacement technique, although SIFr is generic and only used to replace blocks of text with your own choice of fonts, but if you should know/find a flash-developer with some serious skill, the principle could (should) be adaptable to your situation. That is, I'm fairly confident flash can do perspective shifting.

Other avenues of research could be the use of Canvas (not supported by IE though) or VML (Only properly supported by IE) which together might be able to do what you want, some serious math and programming skills would be required and fall well outside the scope of an Experts-Exchange question...

Hope this helps,


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I have not had a chance to get back to this issue.will check back as soon as i can

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