orientation CSS descriptor controls the orientation of a document defined by
/* Keyword values */
For a UA/device where the orientation is changed upon tilting the device, an author can use this descriptor to inhibit the orientation change.
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- The user agent will set the document's orientation automatically, typically based on the device's orientation as determined by an accelerometer (if the device has such a hardware sensor), although there is often a user-controlled, OS-level "Lock orientation" setting that will trump the accelerometer reading.
- The document should be locked into portrait orientation.
- The document should be locked into landscape orientation.
auto | portrait | landscape
|Feature ||Chrome ||Firefox (Gecko) ||Internet Explorer ||Opera ||Safari |
|Basic support ||No support ||No support ||10 -ms
||No support ||? |
|Feature ||Android ||Chrome for Android ||Firefox Mobile (Gecko) ||IE Mobile ||Opera Mobile ||Safari Mobile |
|Basic support ||? ||? ||? ||? ||8 -o