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Is there a JavaScript command to remove all CSS pseudo-elements whatsoever in a document? [closed]

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Closed as unclear by Alexei‭ on May 1, 2022 at 17:05

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In a dense DOM tree created by a content management system which I didn't create and don't know much about there might be pseudo elements hiding in various places.

To ensure that, I want to run some recursive "brute force" JavaScript command that removes any CSS pseudo element whatsoever from a document.

Pseudocode

document.querySelectorAll('*').forEach((element)=>{
    DELETE A CSS PSEUDO ELEMENT;
});

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Is there a JavaScript command to remove all CSS pseudo-elements whatsoever in a document?

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