is there any css rule that allows to select all containters including a certain string?



I would like to know whether is there a way in css to apply a rule to all containers including a certain string.
For example:
I have: class=”hello-english”, class=”goodbye-english” and class=”tomorrow-english”
Is there a way to select all classes containing the string “english” in the class name?


Check out attribute selectors.

That’s basically, (or at least one answer to it)

element[class$="-english"] {
  ...insert rules here

Answered By – Franrey Saycon

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