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<div class="own-size">
Page 2 with own size
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Page 3 with own size
 
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Latest revision as of 21:57, 18 July 2012

Customizes the size of a page. The CSS rules width and height can be added directly to the page selector or using the style parameter. For example:

<div id="flipbook">
	<div>Page 1 with default size</div>
	<div class="own-size" style="width:100; height:100px;">
		Page 2 with own size
	</div>
</div>

[edit] Using CSS

#flipbook {
	width:700px;
	height:600px
}

#flipbook .page-wrapper{
	-webkit-perspective:2000px;
	-moz-perspective: 2000px;
	-ms-perspective: 2000px;
	perspective: 2000px;
}

#flipbook .p2,
#flipbook .p3{
	width:300px;
	height:500px;
}
<div id="flipbook">
	<div class="fixed hard">Page 1 with default size</div>
	<div class="own-size">
		Page 2 with own size
	</div>
	<div class="own-size">
		Page 3 with own size
	</div>
</div>

In this sample the 1st page will have a size of 350x600, meanwhile page 2 and 3 the customized size. Notice that the first page uses the classes fixed and hard.

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