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CSS

Dave Cannon
Dave Cannon
3,932 Points

ERROR in 3D Transforms - Part1 @9:54

Guil tells us that the -webkit-transform code will transform "0" degrees on the X-axis with the values (1,1,0,65deg)...It's just a mistake that is obvious in context but I wanted to point it out to anyone who might be confused...the 4 values in the parenthesis are (x, y, z, and degree-value).. He says x => 1, y => 1, and then x => 0, etc. BUT indeed Z => 0.....Hope this helps Dave

Guil Hernandez
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Dave Cannon,

Yep, a little blooper on my part. I'll need to create an errata in the teacher notes for that. Thanks!

2 Answers

marsha grasett
marsha grasett
9,995 Points

hmmm... was just going to ask about that.

@Guil Hernandez - I don't see any mention of it in Teacher's Notes :-/

(ps. Loving your CSS deep dives)

Guil Hernandez
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

marsha grasett Thanks for the reminder on this! I just added it to the video notes. Glad you're enjoying the deep dive! :)