You may come across a situation where the content css property is of no use for example Mozilla Firefox does not understands content property and you have to consider it if you are looking towards cross-browser compatibility.
Below is a simple solution that would do the trick:
background: url('../images/common/Edit_new.png') no-repeat !important; /** you can adjust paddings and width, height according to your need where image is displayed accurately **/ padding-left: 16px; padding-right: 8px; padding-top: 0px; padding-bottom: 15px; width: 0px; height: 10px;
I often think about being a software developer. One may compare this with being a painter or an artist. The biggest similarity between them is the “Creativity”. Probably both a software craftsman and a painter or an artist have the same feeling of pleasure when they are somewhere in the depth of the oceans of thought. A painter while running the brushes on the canvas would be feeling much similar to a coder translating the ideas and the feel into the code.
One would feel that he is experiencing a unique sort of relation in which he has some sort of “direct connection” with the Creator. These feelings are more of unexplainable, they cannot be explained in the words. Like one cannot feel what a person feels when he climbs a mountain or is flying a plane unless he himself goes through…