Is there any way to select/manipulate CSS pseudo-elements such as ::before and ::after (and the old version with one semi-colon) using jQuery?  For example, my stylesheet has the following rule:  .span::after{ content:'foo' }   How can I ch...
Is it possible to change a CSS pseudo-element style via JavaScript?  For example, I want to dynamically set the color of the scrollbar like so:  document.querySelector("#editor::-webkit-scrollbar-thumb:vertical").style.background = localSto...
I'm building React components. I have added CSS inline in the components as suggested in this brilliant presentation by one of the guys behind React. I've been trying all night to find a way to add CSS pseudo classes inline, like on the sli...
I tried to dynamically change the position of an element which is defined in CSS with :after.  Using this:  $(function(){     $('div::after').css({'top':'20px'}) })   But it doesn't work. Are there any ways to change the...
I would like to use a switch for the layout of paragraph tags on a webpage.  I use the after pseudoelement:  p:after {content: url("../img/paragraph.gif");}   Now I need to remove this CSS code from the page.  How can this be done easily?  I...
Adding what seems to be an innocuous class to an element having a class containing :first-letter causes the first letter, under some circumstances, to be rendered incorrectly. An element originally has class "unindent", and then class "me...
I want to know whether it is possible to get a DOM element's ::before content, which was set by CSS3.  I have tried some ways, but I still can't make it, so it's very confusing to me!  // https://rollbar.com/docs/  const links = document....
I have this div with a bunch of other divs and images.  The main div is m-carousel-inner.  What I want to do is select the first img element within this div.  How would I go about doing this in javascript or jquery?   <div class="m-carousel-in...
How can I have the time variable's contents displayed as the content property in my CSS?  JavaScript:  function clock(){     var d = new Date();     var hour = d.getHours();     var min = d.getMinutes();     var time = hour + ":" + min; }...
Considering the following JavaScript, CSS, and HTML codes:    console.log(getComputedStyle(document.querySelector('p'), '::after').getPropertyValue('content')); p::after {     content: "Hello" attr(data-after); } <p...

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