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CSS Transform Functions

CSS Transform Functions

Welcome to CSS Transform Functions! In this session, we'll explore the powerful capabilities of transforms, allowing you to manipulate elements on your web pages and create dynamic and engaging effects.

Introduction to CSS Transform Functions

CSS transform functions let you translate, rotate, skew, and scale elements. They are a powerful tool for creating complex animations and visual effects.

rotate()

The rotate() function rotates an element around a specified angle. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., rotate(30deg)).

rotateX()

The rotateX() function rotates an element around the x-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., rotateX(30deg)).

rotateY()

The rotateY() function rotates an element around the y-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., rotateY(30deg)).

rotateZ()

The rotateZ() function rotates an element around the z-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., rotateZ(30deg)).

translateX()

The translateX() function moves an element along the x-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., translateX(10px)).

translateY()

The translateY() function moves an element along the y-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., translateY(10px)).

translateZ()

The translateZ() function moves an element along the z-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., translateZ(10px)).

scaleX()

The scaleX() function scales an element along the x-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., scaleX(2)).

scaleY()

The scaleY() function scales an element along the y-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., scaleY(2)).

scaleZ()

The scaleZ() function scales an element along the z-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., scaleZ(2)).

skewX()

The skewX() function skews an element along the x-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., skewX(30deg)).

skewY()

The skewY() function skews an element along the y-axis. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., skewY(30deg)).

perspective()

The perspective() function sets the perspective for an element. It is used to create 3D effects. It takes a single parameter, which can be a number or a unit (e.g., perspective(500px)).

matrix()

The matrix() function allows you to apply multiple transformations at once. It takes up to six parameters, which represent the matrix values (e.g., matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0)).

matrix3d()

The matrix3d() function allows you to apply multiple transformations at once in a 3D space. It takes up to 16 parameters, which represent the matrix values (e.g., matrix3d(1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1)).

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