CSS3 perspective Property
Set the viewpoint from where a component is viewed:
- webkit-viewpoint: 425px;/* Chrome, Safari, Opera */
Definition and Usage
The viewpoint property characterizes what number of pixels a 3D component is set from the view. This property enables you to change the viewpoint on how 3D components are viewed.
When characterizing the point of view property for a component, it is the CHILD components that get the viewpoint see, NOT the component itself.
Note: The point of view property just influences 3D changed elements!
Tip: Use this property together with the perspective-origin property, which enables you to change the base position of 3D elements.
To better comprehend the viewpoint property, view a demo.
The numbers in the table indicate the primary program form that completely bolsters the property.
Numbers pursued by - webkit-or - moz-indicate the principal form that worked with a prefix.
12.0 - webkit-
10.0 - moz-
4.0.3 - webkit-
15.0 - webkit-
|length||How far the component is set from the view|
|none||Default esteem. Same as 0. The viewpoint isn't set|
|initial||Sets this property to its default esteem.|
|inherit||Inherits this property from its parent component.|