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Can you rotate a web page 90 degrees?


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This might sound odd, but I was wondering if it's possible to make a website, but have it rotated 90 degrees. Is there some kind of DHTML script I could use, or does Dreamweaver have a setting?
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I just had an idea right after I posted this topic. I could somehow convert a normal webpage into an image, and then flip that 90 degrees. Then I could use an image map in Dreamweaver to make the links and stuff. But I don't know how to convert a whole web page to an image.

I guess I'd still rather have some type of script I could type in, that is if anyone knows of one. Otherwise, if you know of a program that can turn a web page into an image, that would work too.
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It's easy to make a webpage into an image, just use the print screen command on your keyboard when the page is loaded, paste the image into Paint or another editor and rotate the image, save it first as a .bmp, so you can reload the exact original if need be, then try the different formats. .gif, .jpg and .png to see what is best and most efficient.
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