> in CSS?

How can I make this symbol in the image below with CSS?

It's the > next to "VIEW ALL".
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Nathan RileyFounderAsked:
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GaryCommented:
Would be rather convoluted to make it with pure css if that is what you are asking?
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J NUnicorn wranglerCommented:
I agree with Gary C123

Pure css would take too long to make that exact image. i would create an image or images depending on how you want it to behave and use css to set up the image as a background

ex:

.view_all{
   background-image:url('view_all.jpg');
}


or

.view_all{
   background: url('view_all.jpg') ;
}
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