Most of Internet and Mozilla browser users might not tried 3D-view in their Mozilla browsers. Yes, you heard it right. Mozilla has a 3D-view feature using which a user can view the web-page in 3D- mode. Actually, 3D-mode is intended for developers but a normal user can also easily use the 3D-view.
How to Open 3D-View:
Right click in the Mozilla browser and select ‘Inspect Element’. There you can see the 3D-view option as shown in the screenshot below.
If you are unable to locate the above option then there might be a problem with your graphic card drivers. Update the graphic card drivers and then you can see the 3D-view option.
Uses of 3D-View:
There are few uses with the 3D-View but most of them are for developers. If there is any problem with HTML or improper nesting of content, then it can be easily find out using the 3D-View and can be fixed.
If there is any stray content then it can also be identified using this 3D-view.
You can rotate the web-page by clicking and dragging, so you can view the web-page in various angles.
How to control 3D-View:
Various shortcuts are available in the keyboard for 3D-view and also you can use mouse controls for controlling 3D-View.
|Zoom in/out||+ / –||Scroll wheel up/down|
|Rotate left/right||a / d||Mouse left/right|
|Rotate up/down||w / s||Mouse up/down|
|Pan left/right||← / →||Mouse left/right|
|Pan up/down||↑ / ↓||Mouse up/down|
|Reset zoom level||0||Resets the zoom level to the default|
|Focus on selected node||f||Makes sure the currently selected node is visible|
|Reset view||r||Resets zoom, rotation, and panning to the default|
|Hide current node||x||Makes the currently selected node invisible; this can be helpful if you need to get at a node that’s obscured|
So, explore the 3D-View by yourself and do comment us your experience.