Wednesday 27th July, 2011
9:00pm to 10:00pm
We'll be talking about a very small part of the the vast canyon of CSS: pseudo elements.
Essentially, for every element on page, you get two free "elements" you can create through CSS via the :before and :after selectors.
They are part of CSS2, so the browser support is pretty deep, but the things you can do with them are rather amazing. Since this all happens in the CSS, markup remains clean and uncluttered with non-semantic design-specific markup.
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