By default, CSS is not providing you an easy way to pause an animation before it loops again. You can use
animation-delay property but it will simply indicate a delay before the animation starts. Will Stone – a passionate web developer from UK, fixed that.
Have a look at these examples to see how it works. You can also set up a custom wait time and copy the code on the original website.
Will Stone was happy to tell us the story behind this cool project. Here it is: