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I am trying to apply these CSS rules to x3 Post-ID's but I can't get it to work - any idea how I can?

.postid-209506 .postid-209512 .postid-209513 {
background: url(.jpg);
}
.postid-209506 .postid-209512 .postid-209513 .entry-title{
   display: none;
}
.postid-209506 .postid-209512 .postid-209513 .entry-header #entry-meta{
    display:none;
}

I tried adding them together but it didn't work...

Thanks for all help

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  • WTF are people downvoting this post? Pretty lame... - what is so bad about my question? Moody-ass people are always on SE I find - is that just my experience?
    – henry
    Jul 8 at 5:17
  • Looks like you’ve not asked a good question. What do you expect? First of, you have an insane amount of nested classes, not IDs. Jul 8 at 8:46
  • @henry I can't speak for everyone, but my close vote was because you've asked a pure CSS question, which is off-topic on this stack. The question probably belongs on the Graphic Design or Webmasters stack.
    – Pat J
    Jul 8 at 16:18
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.postid-209506, .postid-209512, .postid-209513 {
background-image: url('.jpg');
}
.postid-209506 .entry-title, .postid-209512 .entry-title, .postid-209513 .entry-title{
   display: none;
}
.postid-209506 .entry-header #entry-meta, .postid-209512 .entry-header #entry-meta, .postid-209513 .entry-header #entry-meta{
    display:none;
}
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  • This looks like the appropriate syntax. Great stab in the dark to this question I say! Jul 8 at 8:56

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