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 CSS Question
So while I was digging through some CSS on my forum, I noticed a part in it that I am not sure of it's purpose. There is no coding associated with it, just a name.

/* Topic Macros */

This is it. There is no commands set for it and I am wondering what it does or what I can add to it and what it would do if I did.
It's just comments in your CSS - it probably means the following CSS if for the topic macros. It's sort of like any text wrapped like that isn't read by the browser; it literally does nothing, but it's usually used to annotate CSS so the next person who comes along to use it understands it more clearly. So long as the formatting surrounding it doesn't get broken, it doesn't really do anything other than exist as text you can read.

Here's more info I found on it through a quick search to help you find a place to get started if you want to know more.

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