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CSS has a well-supported :empty selector

All browsers + IE9 know the CSS :empty selector. It lets you hide an element when it has no content, i.e. not even white space.

For instance, you have a badge displaying the number of unread messages in a red bubble with white text:

.unread-messages-bubble { background-color: red; border-radius: 10px; padding: 10px; color: white; }

To hide that bubble entirely when there are no new messages:

.unread-messages-bubble:empty { display: none; }

Note that the element must be completely empty for :empty to match.
See DevDocs.

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