Rotate

The rotate() function rotates an element around the point of origin (as with scale, by default this is the element’s center), by a specified angle value.

Generally, angles are declared in degrees, with positive degrees moving clockwise and negative moving counter-clockwise. We can also provide angles in grads, radians, or turns.

The syntax is as follows:
transform:rotate(angle).

An example using rotate.
snippet
#ad3 h1:hover span {
color: #484848;
-webkit-transform:rotate(10deg) translateX(40px) scale(1.5);
-moz-transform:rotate(10deg) translateX(40px) scale(1.5);
-ms-transform:rotate(10deg) translateX(40px) scale(1.5);
-o-transform:rotate(10deg) translateX(40px) scale(1.5);
transform:rotate(10deg) translateX(40px) scale(1.5);
}
Related Tutorial
3. Scale
4. Rotate

5. Skew
Follow Us
https://www.facebook.com/Rookie-Nerd-638990322793530 # # # # #