For anyone keen to understand how to use properties like
shape-image-threshold, Rachel’s is the ideal primer. I’ve seen many examples of using the properties, but very few go beyond Basic Shapes, including
inset(). Even examples using
polygon() shapes rarely go far beyond them. Considering the creative opportunities CSS Shapes offer, this is disappointing. But, I’m sure that with a little inspiration and imagination, we can make more distinctive and engaging designs. So in this article, I show you how to use CSS Shapes to create five different types of layout. They are:
- Rotated shapes
I hope this tutorial will inspire web designers to create designs which are distinctive and engaging. It’s also for front-end developers who want to learn how to implement those designs using the most efficient HTML and CSS.