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Create Strings using Template Literals

if you use the backtick to enclose your strings you no longer have to use \n for a new line.  For example: `this is a multiline ...string!!` Console Example

5:55 am, December 29, 2021

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The counters() CSS function enables nested counters, returning a concatenated string representing the current values of the named counters, if there are any. The counters() function has two forms: counters(name, string) or counters(name, string, style). It is generally used with pseudo-elements, but can be used, theoretically, anywhere a <string> value is supported. The generated text is the value of all counters with the given name, from outermost to innermost, separated by the specified string. The counters are rendered in the style indicated, defaulting to decimal if no style is specified.
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