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The <integer> CSS data type represents a number without a decimal component. It is used to specify ordered or layered values, either positive or negative.

Properties accepting integer values generally cannot be animated in a useful way because only discrete values are meaningful.


section {
    column-count: 3;

Related specifications

CSS Values and Units Module Level 3
W3C Candidate Recommendation
CSS 2.1
W3C Recommendation