The CSS reference

"pause" - css property (v. css 2)

  • Indicates the pause properties in one declaration. It is a shorthand for setting 'pause-before' and 'pause-after' .
  • If two values are given, the first value is 'pause-before' and the second is 'pause-after' .
  • If only one value is given, it applies to both properties.
  • Initial value: see individual properties
  • The property is not inherited
  • HTML usage: all elements
  • The pause is inserted between the element's content and any 'cue-before' or 'cue-after' content.
  • Browsers that support the pause - property :
    Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox Opera Google Chrome Apple Safari
Typical usage:
h1 { pause: 20ms }       /* pause-before: 20ms;
                            pause-after: 20ms */
h2 { pause: 30ms 40ms }  /* pause-before: 30ms;
                            pause-after: 40ms */
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