re: Do you use CSS ::before and ::after pseudo elements? VIEW POST

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re: If you are meticoulous and don't want to create a full HTML element just for an icon, then you'll end up using ::before a lot. Imagine you have an ...
 

That's a great use case. It's honestly the main use case that makes me miss using FontAwesome regularly. Tossing that entity in an ::after element is so easy! Love it!

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