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As far as I can tell there is no other way than to override all properties. The styles are defined on the element, they won’t just disappear because of another selector that targets the element.
If you only want to remove the pseudo element from the page you can do
Added from comments below:
The difference between content: “” and content: none is that content: “” produces a pseudo-element with no content (i.e. an empty pseudo-element), whereas content: none prevents the pseudo-element from being generated at all.
content: ""; doesn’t affect at all if you want to remove that pseudo you have to use
content:none; it will remove previously added pseudo content.
If that doesn’t help you can also try :
if still, it doesn’t work then you could try the below, but I never suggest you use !important
here is working jsfiddle