Title says it all. Do search engines examine the content attribute of the :before and :after pseudo elements? I know it’s not the best place to put content, that CSS should be left for styling only, but sometimes the style dictates the content (for example, I think it is legitimate to display different content on different sized devices where the style adjusts according to that size). I don’t currently put anything I would care about a crawler finding in those elements but would like to know if it’s an option or not.
I tried finding the answer on Google and got no satisfactory results.