HTML and CSS Reference
Let's first walk through CSS Transforms. The idea with transforms is that you can
change the shape and size of the area an element takes up. As a simple contextual
example, I used a skew transform to rotate the angle of the top-level header in the
Monty Python example, as illustrated in Figure 5.1 .
The full code block I used to achieve this follows:
FIGURE 5.1 A skewed header
created using a CSS Transform.
As you can see, transforms take the form of the transform property with a
value consisting of a transform function (in this case skew ) and associated values
in parentheses (in this case 4deg, 6deg ).