CSS property: -webkit-animation-name


Specifies the name of an animation.


-webkit-animation-name: <name> [, …];



The name of the animation.

The name is used to select the -webkit-keyframe at-rule that provides the keyframes and property values for the animation. If the name does not match any -webkit-keyframe at-rule, there are no properties to be animated and the animation is not executed. See @-webkit-keyframes for a description of this rule.

If "none", no animation is executed even if there is a -webkit-keyframe at-rule with that name. Setting this property to "none" explicitly disables animations.

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