How to mark up an HTML table from 3D bricks?

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Make up a chart about service-oriented architecture:

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But I want something like:

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Please tell me how. Maybe you can somehow apply the box-shadow from CSS3? Or can anyone see and tell me the link where you have successfully laid out, and I can take it and copy.
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A little sad that the left's response, offering to abandon the idea gets +4, and after faithful (my, yeah) the answer the author still doubts "If no CSS". Well, Lado, th. Will have to chew and put in his mouth: pastie.org/1135685
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Can't get rid of the thought that you may want the entire chart to make a picture. Size get small, and make it easier to order.
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You can use the css3 property transform: skew. It will have to use either a 3 element or to use pseudo-elements before and after. So do we have to somehow overcome the problem of overlaying the lower items on top. For example, to make all elements position: relative and decrease z-index from the top to the bottom.
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Can svg/vml there seems to be an extrusion there.
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Looks like this:
\rimage
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Just above you were interested in JS-libraries for drawing diagrams.
Found two topic in which describes a fairly decent number of such libraries. I hope that among them You can find.
\rhabrahabr.ru/blogs/javascript/80027/
\rhabrahabr.ru/blogs/javascript/79960/
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