What if for every HTML element on the page, you got two free ones? That’s what you get with the CSS pseudo elements ::before and ::after. You can use them as canvases to do all kinds of neat and practical design effects. We’ll cover how to use them and loads of real world examples.
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CSS3 Pseudo Elements for Fun and Profit
About the Speaker:
Chris is a web designer currently working for Wufoo, an online form building service. He runs the web design blog and community site CSS-Tricks. He co-authored the book and blog Digging Into WordPress. He like banjos, artichokes, and serial sci-fi television shows.