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How CSS Perspective Works

As someone who loves creating CSS animations, one of the more powerful tools I use is perspective. While the perspective property is not capable of 3D effects all by itself (since basic shapes can’t have depth), you can use the transform property to move and rotate objects in a 3D space (with the X, Y, and Z axes), then use perspective to control depth.

In this article, I’ll try to explain the concept of perspective, starting with the … Read article “How CSS Perspective Works”

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perspective-origin

The perspective-origin property determines the origin for the perspective property. Think of it as the vanishing point of the current 3D-space.

Note as for the perspective property, perspective-origin has to be defined on the parent element in order to give the transformed children depth.

The perspective-origin property doesn’t do anything by itself. It has to be defined on an element along with perspective.… Read article “perspective-origin”