I think in the following sentence I used apposition at the end of sentence, I would like to know is it a correct way to introduce an apposition?

If this rule be applied on the elements of the page, all such elements will be removed, regardless of their locations in the page, even if they be inside the main content.

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    The first "be" and the last "be" look out of place. Be simpler: "If this rule is applied..., even if they are inside ...". Also, perhaps not "will be removed" but "shall be removed" (the elements don't have any will to will to be removed). – Victor Bazarov Aug 17 '15 at 21:24

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