generated content (css)
Support level: partial (15/20)
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CSS Generated Content is content that is added to the DOM via CSS such as ::before and ::after content.
Avoid using CSS generated content for meaningful textual additions.
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Expectation support summary by type
CSS generated content MUST be included as part of the accessible name
|Dragon Naturally Speaking||Internet Explorer||no known support|
|TalkBack||Google Chrome (android)||supported with 1 unknown result|
|VoiceOver for iOS||Safari (iOS)||supported|
|VoiceOver for macOS||Safari (macOS)||supported|
This expectation is referenced by 2 tests.