In order to make oblique lines with CSS, there are two main approaches. The first approach involves the clip-path property of CSS and in the second approach, we use transform property with skew() of CSS.
Approach 1: Using clip-path property: The clip-path property is generally used to clip an element to a basic shape. But it can also be used to create oblique lines with tweaking property of polygon shape of clip-path. The main disadvantage of this property is its implementation and since many changes are needed to be observed and changed for converting it into oblique lines.
The output image contains two oblique lines this is the zoomed output of the above part.
Using clip-path property and polygon as shape
Approach 2: Using transform property: The transform skew property of CSS helps in rotating the division along x and y-axis. The skewX() and skewY() takes degrees of rotation as input. This property implementation is simple as compared to clip-path. Also, if you don’t want to rotate the content then we need to rotate in the reverse direction of division.
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