So – this would mean that the css only applies when the object has *both* classes – was that correct?
What it means that the element with class “entry-title” would need to be inside another element with class “entry-header” like this:
<div class="entry-header"> <div class="entry-title"> ... </div> </div>
If you wrote it like this:
.entry-header.entry-title (notice NO space between the selectors)
… Then it means the element you’re targeting has both classes, like this for example:
<div class="entry-header entry-title"> ... </div>