“. But first, you need to understand the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements. These pseudo-elements are used to add something before or after a selected element.”
This is a tough exercise! I would like to clarify the above quote before I get into the lesson.
So if I have 3 elements - A B C arranged this way from L to R
Then, if I have C::before (targeting A)
does that mean C is then placed to the Left of A ?
Similarly if I have A::after (targeting C)
does that mean that the A is then placed to the Right of C ?
I would just like a general feeling for what these functions do.