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From: "Barry Carlson" <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Photo collages in HTML??
Date: Fri, 1 May 2009 09:37:57 +1200
On Friday, May 01, 2009 9:01 AM
> I'm thinking the answer to my question is "No" but I thought I'd ask to be
> Is there any way with HTML to place many photos or photo pieces on a web
> page, but instead of having them in horizonal-vertical boxes, to have the
> photos positioned at different angles all over the page?
> I realize I could throw bunches of photos on a scanner bed and make a scan
> with photos sitting in different angles. But, it's hard to see exactly
> part of 1 photo covers part of another photo, and to see how all the
> would look together. Scanning is a hard task for me so if I can avoid
> it would be good.
> Also, many photos I'd like to use are digital ones that my family sent to
> me. So if I had to use the scanner, I'd have to print the digital
> ones out... then cut off excess paper...then lay the photos out at
> angles...and re-scan. More trouble than what I'd like to do.
> So, is there a way to make angled place-holders using HTML for photos to
> on a page as a collage or collection?
The simple answer is as you guessed - NO!
Browsers that support CSS3 have the ability to do just as you asked, but
unless you are using Firefox 3.5 beta 4 (or earlier betas) you will not see
it as intended.
However, there is a jQuery method of doing what you want that is supported
by all browsers. Google "jquery rotate" and see what you can find. If you
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