The CSS -webkit-animation-iteration-count Apple extension property specifies the number of times an animation iterates. This property is often used with a -webkit-animation-direction property set to alternate, which causes the animation to play in reverse on alternate iterations.


Value Description
<number> The number of iterations. If 1 (default), the animation plays from beginning to end once. Non-integer values cause the animation to end partway through an interation. Negative values are invalid.
infinite The animation repeats forever.

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