CSS <time> Data Type

The CSS <time> data type denotes time dimensions expressed in seconds or milliseconds.

Here are some valid <time> values:

Time values are dimensions denoted by <time>. A dimension is a number immediately followed by a unit identifier, which is an identifier.

The unit identifiers for <time> are:

Milliseconds. There are 1000 milliseconds in a second.

A <time> Example

When you see <time> (including the < and >) anywhere in the CSS specifications, this refers to the fact that the value can be a valid time.

For example, the transition-duration property accepts the following value/s.

So you could write something like this:

Here's a working example:

CSS Specifications