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How to rotate images on web pages | Using CSS

To rotate images using CSS provides something called CSS Transforms which can be used to rotate images gently.
result after gently rotating the image using CSS transforms


Here is an Example that demonstrates how to use the CSS Transforms:

HTML Code:
<body>
<img src="myImage.jpg" width="250" height="194" alt="myImage" />
</body>

CSS Code:

<style>

body{ background:#000000;}
img{ border-radius:7px;
margin-left:38%;
margin-top:10%;
transform:rotate(8deg);
-webkit-transform: rotate(8deg);
-moz-transform: rotate(8deg);
-o-transform: rotate(8deg);
-ms-transform: rotate(8deg);}

</style>







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  1. Nice and very informative blogs about rotate image on web pages. And All point describe step by step. Thanks for sharing. -


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    Prasant Saxsena
    Web Development Consultancy

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