quotation marks

CSS allows to define quotation marks for any element. The following two steps are required to achive this. i. The quotation marks must be defined. To define a set of quotation marks, use a selector and the 'quotes' property. The possible values are none or a space-delimited list of pairs. <string1> <string2> to define each level of quotation. <string1> - for open quoatation mark <string2> - for close quotation mark ii. The quotation marks can be inserted using the :before or :after pseudo-elements with the 'content' property set to one of these four values. open-quote | close-quote | no-open-quote | no-close-quote Note: - To define a string, you can use single (') or double (") quotation marks - Quotation mark can be attached to any element - Quotation mark can be specified to each element - We can use escape sequences to define quotation mark characters
        p{quotes: '"' '"'; color:red;}
        p>p{quotes: "'" "'"; color:blue;}
        p>p>p{quotes: "<" ">"; color:purple;}
        p:before{content: open-quote;}
        p:after{content: close-quote;}
    <p>This is first level paragraph
        <p>This is second level paragraph
            <p>This is third level paragraph</p>This is second level paragraph</p>This is first level paragraph</p>
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