I'm no CSS guru and got a request today from someone in my company to post upside-down backwards text (don't ask) on the corporate intranet. thought i'd share an example if anyone needs it.
i have no idea if it has anything to do w/ standards, cross-browser compliance, etc. all i know is it works in IE6, which is what i needed it to do. take it for what you will.
<table style="filter: flipV flipH;"><tr><td>A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z</td></tr></table>
Anything styled with the "filter" property will only work in IE for Windows. They're related to DirectX, so no other browser maker would really implement them.