Ed should let us have a look at his site, so that we can see what kind of animations he has placed there. Then we wouldn't have to make half-qualified guesses.
Doesn't matter what the animation is if he is using "outofview" there is no way at the moment that I can get it to work using the "animation-iteration-count" thingy
If I can get that css "animation-iteration-count" to work on "outofview" then that doesn't matter what transitions/animations he is using.
I can get it to work beautifully using Custom CSS
It maybe that with a little bit of JS code, that would work too but I am nowhere near good enough with JS
it needs something that will take the ID of the container
look to see what position it is on the page (i.e in view)
then add the CSS or remove it depending on the container (or element) position
I have done some JS code that loads an element on page load just the once
, but that doesn't stop the animation from repeating I am trying to see if I can tweek it
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