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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Basic Layout Backgrounds: Color and Images

Gregory Blythe
Gregory Blythe
2,504 Points

Does the order in which you put attributes matter?

Say if you needed to transform a border-box and you apply attributes like scale, easing, time of transform, overflow: hidden, etc. Does any of these have to be placed in a certain "call-out" order?

Gregory Blythe
Gregory Blythe
2,504 Points

Sorry I placed this in this catagory.

2 Answers

Hi Gregory,

Reading through MDN - transform and the W3 Transorms Module it appears that, for transform the order of values (each of which represents a transform function) does not matter.

Cheers