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I am trying to use card flipping as part of an animation, and I am following the cool-looking example in the GSAP codepen.  However, I noticed that it does not work on IE 10.  On IE 10, the cards do flip, but instead of seeing the "back" card you see the backface of the front card.  It appears as though there is a problem with the backface-visibility in IE 10.  What can I do to make this also work in IE 10?  Thanks!



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Hi and welcome to the GreenSock forums.


Turns out that the sample you post uses preserve-3d, which allows you to rotate or transform the parent element and all the child elements in it will share the same transformation. IE 10-11 doesn't support that and I don't know if edge (the new browser Microsoft is working on) will support it. The boys in MS like to work in an alternate reality :D


In order to solve that you have to rotate both faces, I set up this sample some time ago:


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