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From this code:
<label for="...">
    < span class="label-text"> ... < /span > </label>

how could ::after be extracted ?

(Note: Spaces have been inserted inside the span tags, in order to be displayed by this editor.)

It corresponds to the checked state of a checkbox
(that's masked with CSS).
When the checkbox is unchecked, ::after disappears.

I would like to check whether ::after is present or not.

What I have tried:

Currently trying to check this using Robot Framework, whether ::after is present or not.

However, I would need the simplest solution possible for this check.
I'm thinking more of a simple JavaScript that can solve this.
Updated 2-Jun-21 6:02am

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