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For example, I write this:

L.marker([lat, long], {icon: L.divIcon({html:"China"})}).addTo(map);

I checked the documentation:

By default, it has a 'leaflet-div-icon' CSS class and is styled as a little white square with a shadow.

But how can I change the default style? I try to change the "className", but it doesn't work.

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Using the className option of the DivIcon correctly removes the default leaflet-div-icon class, hence removes the default styling (white square with black border):

L.marker([lat, long], {
  icon: L.divIcon({
    html: 'Icon text',
    className: 'dummy' // Specify something to get rid of the default class.
  })
}).addTo(map);

Screenshot of result of DivIcon with dummy className option

https://next.plnkr.co/edit/ci8hD2x29ocejDEp

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    Yes. It works now. But I know the true reason after I contrast my code and yours. Because I loaded leaflet.marker.highlight.js which made a little difference. Now I removed it, it can work.
    – Hull Qin
    Aug 7, 2018 at 12:35

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