Azimuth

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CSS 2 property: azimuth

When vocal output on audio systems, this property sets the origin of the sound if the audio system is spatial sound or surround.

Property Values

The azimuth accepts the following values:

  • Xdeg (precise origin, in degrees (from 0deg to 359deg)
  • behind (=180deg)
  • left-side (=270deg)
  • left-side behind (=270deg)
  • far-left (=300deg)
  • far-left behind (=240deg)
  • center-left (=340deg)
  • center-left behind (=200deg)
  • center (=0deg) Default
  • center behind (=180deg)
  • center-right (=20deg)
  • center-right behind (=160deg)
  • right droite (=40deg)
  • right behind (=140deg)
  • far-right (=60deg)
  • far-right behind (=120deg)
  • right-side (=90deg)
  • right behind (=90deg)
  • leftwards =add 20 degrees to another value
  • rightwards =substract 20 degrees to another value
  • left =320deg
  • left behind =220deg

Example

Good
<style type="text/css">
.myback {  azimuth: behind ; }

.myrightside { azimuth: right-side; }
 
.precis { azimuth : 73deg; }
</style>
...
<p class="myback">Hey, you! Can you see me?</p>

Browser Support

If you have tested support for azimuth in any of the following browsers, please indicate its level of support using one of the following keywords:

  • Full
  • Partial
  • Buggy
  • None

If you indicate that support is "Partial" or "Buggy," please add further comments explaining what's missing or what doesn't work right.

IE 3 
None
IE 4 
Full
IE 5 
Full
IE 5.5 
Full
IE 6 
Full
IE 7 
Full
NS 3 
None
NS 4 
Support is Unknown
NS 4.5 
Support is Unknown
NS 6 
Full
NS 7 
Full
NS 8 
Full
Firefox 1 
Full
Firefox 1.5 
Full
Firefox 2 
Full
Mozilla 
Support is Unknown
Opera 6 
Support is Unknown
Opera 7 
Full
Opera 8 
Full
Opera 9 
Full

Tips and Tricks

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References