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Style certain parts of an element with a CSS pseudo-element. It can, for example, be used to style an element's opening letter or line. Insert content before or after an element's content.

A pseudo-class is a selector that chooses elements that are in a given state, such as being the first element of their type or having the mouse pointer hovering over them.

A pseudo-class, for example:hover, is a selector that aids in the selection of something that cannot be stated by a simple selector. However, a pseudo-element, such as "::after," allows us to generate elements that do not ordinarily exist in the document tree.

A CSS pseudo-class is a keyword added to a selector that specifies the selected element's special status (s). When the user's pointer hovers over a button, for example,:hover can be used to alter its colour.

In CSS, a pseudo class is used to define an element's special state. It can be used in conjunction with a CSS selector to give existing elements a state-based effect. For example, when a user hovers over an element or clicks on a link, the style of the element changes.

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