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Learn to combine graphics and pseudo-elements to add more design and layout possibilities without adding more HTML to your web pages. Combining web graphics and CSS3 pseudo-elements allows you to style text, add graphics, and position objects, all while keeping your HTML clean and organized and without sacrificing responsive elements of your design.
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Hi I'm Chris Converse, and in this course we're going to cover combing web graphics with CSS three pseudo elements. Now pseudo elements give us a way that we can add additional HTML elements for styling purposes without actually adding HTML to our code. In addition to creating pseudo elements, we are going to add graphics to these elements, position them and create more compelling elements without sacrificing any of our clean HTML markup, or any responsive aspects of your design. This course also features some animated slides that will give you a visual representation of what the CSS code is actually doing.
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