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CSS selector for a "pattern-matching" like expression

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gklukFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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Is there a way in CSS that you can specify that states that if you have an anchor tag followed by text or not an image tag, then the link text should be made bold and have a background colour but if there is anything "inside" the anchor then nothing should happen? So if we have <a href="">Google</a> Google should be bold and in a dark blue background colour, but if we have <a href=""><img src="google.png"></a>, nothing should happen?
Brandon LyonFrontend Engineer and UX

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