Target first word in LI list

I need help!

<ul class="nav menu">
	<li class="item-111 parent"><a class=" parenttitle" href="/index.php/landscape-buildings"><span class="image-title">Landscape Buildings</span><img src="/images/landscape_buildings.jpg" alt="Landscape Buildings"></a></li>

I need to target the first word 'Landscape' and set its font size to be smaller than that of 'Buildings'.

I've tried using the sudo :first-word on the

  • tag but to no avail.
  • Anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks

    Lee

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