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    I wanted to make something fancy for the administrating part of a website I’m working on.
    I use “blocks” which can be assigned to different sites. One site can contain several blocks.

    Anyway, each block’s got a name of course, but when editing a block, so far you select it by name.
    I wanted to create something fancy new, and thought about making thumbnails for each block, so you can select it by name AND by thumbnail).

    I’ve tried the -webkit-transform:scale and it looks like what i’ve been looking for, however, when you shrink a DIV with it, only whats visible is getting shrunk, not the DOM object. That is still the original size, so you get a massive space between the shrunkenn DIVs.

    Any Ideas?

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