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L Harrison
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Yes, yes. I know. You use CSS for styling, and put content on the actual page. I know this. However, there is an element in CSS that can be used to add text to a page for the very rare occasions when this is necessary. As much as I wish I had not, I have encountered one such occasion, though it will only be a very temporary thing.

I know that an element such as this exists, but I cannot remember it for the life of me, nor can I find it in any of my books. I read about it a few years back, laughed, and promptly forgot about it figuring I would never need it, but I do now.

Does anybody know what the element is that adds text to a page from the stylesheet? Thank you for your time.

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You are probably looking for

You are probably looking for "content"

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Yes! That is it. I thank you

Yes! That is it. I thank you so greatly.

This will make the transition so much easier. Thank you so very much, Deuce!