select multiple child in css [closed]

You can separate the classes with a comma ,

.ListTaskTime tbody tr >td:nth-child(3), 
.ListTaskTime tbody tr >td:nth-child(6),
.ListTaskTime tbody tr >td:nth-child(9) {
    /* Common Styles Goes Here, Styles will apply to child 3,6 and 9 */

Note: You need to check the nth-child and define it manually in your stylesheet, as CSS cannot decide it for you if columns increase.

If you are using a server side language for generating a dynamic table, you can use functions like substr() to cut down the letters.

Side note : You don’t have to use > unless and until you don’t have any child table, this is sufficient.. tbody tr td:nth-child(3)

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