CSS transformations and 3D Cubes

Paul Hayes has been playing with CSS transformations and making 3D cubes: “The impression of a three dimensional cube can be created using modern CSS techniques, without the need for JavaScript, imagery, canvas or SVG. Using the proprietary transform property to skew and rotate shaded rectangles, individual cube faces can combine to form a 3D […]

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Paul Hayes has been playing with CSS transformations and making 3D cubes: “The impression of a three dimensional cube can be created using modern CSS techniques, without the need for JavaScript, imagery, canvas or SVG. Using the proprietary transform property to skew and rotate shaded rectangles, individual cube faces can combine to form a 3D object. Currently only supported in recent WebKit and Gecko based browsers, most importantly Firefox 3.5+ -moz-transform (documentation) and Safari 3.2+ -webkit-transform (documentation).”

 

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