Okay hmm interesting 😲 I will try thanks for your opinion 🌷
The logic is correct Aleksandr, but in practice this is rarely needed. Most people just use : for everything. I've never seen a situation where using ::before worked and :before didn't.
Good to know!
You are right brother 👋
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