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CSS backface-visibility Property

in CSS on March 28, 2021

CSS has tons of little bombs that can literally blast the front-end. This is one of them.

As the name suggests, the backface-visibility property sets whether the back-face/back-side of the element when the element is facing the user.

Most if the time it’s useful when you are animating the element or just simply rotating the element.

The default value for CSS backface-visibility property is visible.

Just like this example:

But if you want to hide the back-side/back-face, you can set the value to hidden.

Just like this:


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