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.
You can rotate, scale, skew, or translate an element with the transform CSS property. It alters the CSS visual formatting model's coordinate space.
The resize property determines if (and how) a user can resize an element. Inline items and block elements with overflow="visible" are not affected by the resize property. As a result, check to see if overflow is set to "scroll," "auto," or "hidden."
The resize CSS property determines whether or not an element may be resized and, if so, in which directions it can be resized.
Translation, rotation, reflection, and dilation are the four primary forms of transformations.