Diving into the ::before and ::after Pseudo-elements Bookmark

This is a very comprehensive post by Will Boyd on the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements which covers basically everything you need to know to make use of them is a variety of scenarios.
I especially like the accessibility section at the end, which is will make a huge difference if we include this little extra in the future.

I didn’t know this yet:

div::after {
  /* screen reader says "chicken nugget" */
  content: url(chicken-nugget.png) / 'chicken nugget';

Besides that, the fish conversation on his homepage made my day 😁

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