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CSS Unused CSS Stages CSS Animations Full-Page Animation Project 2: WebKit Only

What does fill mode mean?

This is the code I am working with

body {
    -webkit-animation: bg-move 8s linear infinite;
}
.mike {
    -webkit-animation: mike-move 6s 6s ease-out forwards,
                                     mike-float 3.2s infinite;
}
.boat {
    -webkit-animation: rock-boat 3s ease infinite;
}
.steam {
    -webkit-animation: steam 4s 2s infinite;
}

2 Answers

Hi Robbie, the fill mode in css means "specifies what styles will apply for the element when the animation is not playing (when it is finished, or when it has a "delay")"

Thank You :)

My pleasure! :)