The animation-iteration-count property in CSS is used to specify the number of times the animation will be repeated. It can specify as infinite to repeat the animation indefinitely.
- number: This property value is used to define the number of times an animation should be played. The default value is 1.
- infinite: This property value specifies that the animation should be played infinite times (for ever).
- initial: This property value is used to set this property to its default value.
- inherit: This value is used to inherit this property from its parent element.
Example: HTML program to illustrate animation-iteration-count
Supported Browser: The browser supported by animation-iteration-count property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 43.0
- Internet Explorer 10.0
- Firefox 16.0
- Opera 30.0
- Safari 9.0
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