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You can use CSS transforms to move, rotate, scale, and skew elements. To observe a 2D transformation, hover your mouse over the element below: Rotate in two dimensions.

You can rotate, scale, skew, or translate an element with the transform CSS property. It alters the CSS visual formatting model's coordinate space.

Rotate, scale, skew, and translate are the four primary two-dimensional transform functions.

The reposition() CSS function repositions an element horizontally and/or vertically. The result is a data type called . A two-dimensional vector characterises this transition. The element's coordinates specify how much it moves in each direction.

The term "transformation" refers to the process of applying rules to change one set of visuals into another. Different forms of transformations are possible, such as translation, scaling up or down, rotation, shearing, and so on. The term "2D transformation" refers to a transformation that occurs on a two-dimensional plane.

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