Erez Lieberman Erez Lieberman - 1 year ago 95
CSS Question

It is possible to add non-latin characters in css content pseudo-element?

It is possible to add non-latin characters in css "content" pseudo-element?

I have code like this:

&::after{
content:"(לחץ לחיוג)";
color: #00b1eb;
text-decoration: underline;
font-family: "Open Sans", "Narkis Block M F" !important;
font-size: 32px;
}


and on the browser I got this Gibberish:

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if the string that in content: is English everything is ok:

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there is a way to add Hebrew or not English characters to a content pseudo element?

Answer Source

You can print non-latin symbols using unicode sequences like in this codepen example
e.g.

body::before {
  content:"(\05DC\05D7\05E5 \05DC\05D7\05D9\05D5\05D2)";
}

(I used this tool to make the conversion of your string into UTF-8 units)

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