CSS content Property
In CSS, the content property is used to generate content dynamically (during runtime), i.e., it replaces the element with the generated content value. It is used to generate the pseudo-elements
content::before and content::after.
The default value. Sets the content to normal, if specified; the default is "none".
If the content is specified, it is set to nothing.
The content is set as a counter.
Sets the content as an attribute of the selector.
Sets the content to the specified text.
The content is set to be an opening quote.
The content is set to be a closing quote.
If specified, remove the opening quote from the content.
If specified, remove the closing quote from the content.
Sets the content to be a type of media (an image, a sound, a video, etc.).
This property is set to its default value.
This property is inherited from its parent element.
Edge / IE