Show pseudo element between elements

Tags: html,css,pseudo-element

Problem :

I've been trying to work out how to show an ::after pseudo element between each element in a set.


<div class="outer">
    <div class="element">Hello</div>
    <div class="element">World</div>
    <div class="element">!</div>


.outer .element:not(.outer > .element:last-child)::after

My understanding is that my CSS is targeting all elements with a class of element under an element with a class of outer that aren't the :last-child in that set. I guess I'm either wrong, or what I'm trying isn't possible?

Is this possible, and if so, how?

Solution :

You could just use this:

outer .element + .element:before

It's the adjacent sibling selector syntax.

Edit: swapped after for before pseudo class

Edit 2: demo

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