Pseudo-element: after

Support Key: CSS2
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What is it?
The :after pseudo-element specifies generated content that will occur after an element's document tree content (there is also a companion :before Pseudo-element for placing generated content before an element.) This Pseudo-element is used in conjunction with the 'content' property to specify what is to be inserted. Generated content is not a new concept - it already plays an important role in the list mechanisms of HTML; in CSS it has the potential to be very useful in Aural and other rendering media as well.

There are several rules governing the behavior of generated content and :After Pseudo-elements:
Ext/Doc: table:after { content: END OF TABLE }
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