Web Pages in 3D: See with Tilt Firefox Extension
Download this tilt.xpi file to your Desktop and then simply drag it to your Firefox Browser Window to complete the Installation. How to use this Tilt Firefox Extension to view Web Pages in 3D ?
When you in a Web Page, and want to see in 3D, then simply Activate 3D navigation controls by just pressing the CTRL+Shift+M and use the Mouse or the arrow keys on the keyboad to Zoom, Pan or Rotate that Web Page in any direction, you wish to. When you rotate the page by 180°, then you can see how a web page might look from behind if it were printed on a transparent glass.
More About Tilt Firefox Add-on : This firefox extension lets you visualize any web page DOM Tree in 3D and was developed by Victor Porof, along with Cedric Viver and Rob Campbell, that started as an Google summer of Code project and became an active Developers Tools Project.
This Tilt can read the HTML Structure of a Page and turns all the DIV layers, ULs and other tags into 3D stacks, that adds virtual depth to the Web Page. Tilt allows for instant analysis of the relationship between various parts of a webpage in a graphical way, but also making it easy for someone to see obscured or out-of-page elements. Moreover, besides the 3D stacks, various information is available on request, regarding each node’s type, id, class, or other attributes if available, providing a way to inspect (and edit) the inner HTML and other properties. Source code of Tilt is now available for Download from github .
Important Note: This Tilt Firefox Extension only works with Firefox 3.6.18 or later versions.