HTML and CSS Reference
Chrome 3+, Safari 3.1+
• WebKit supports this property as -webkit-animation-timing-function .
• If applicable, the timing function will reverse if animation-direction is set to
• Firefox 3.7 pre-releases show support for CSS transitions which are very related to
CSS animation. It is quite likely that a form of this property using the -moz prefix
may be supported in a Firefox browser by the time you read this.
This property is used to indicate whether the backside of an element is visible if the element
is rotated to display the back.
backface-visibility: hidden | visible
The default value is visible . When it is set to hidden , the element is not visible if it is not
facing the screen. When it is set to visible , it is always visible, which may mean you see
the reverse of an image.
<img src="logo.gif" border="1" style="-webkit-transform: rotateY(125deg);
Chrome 3+, Safari 4+
• WebKit supports this property as -webkit-backface-visibility , though at the
time of this edition's writing it is only available in the iPhone and the development
builds of Safari 4+.