in reply to Re: Author-based Stylin'
in thread Author-based Stylin'

we could just wrap all those things in one extra layer of div or span tags
IMO, the markup here at the monestary is already pretty heavy. I'm also not a CSS expert, but is there any way to write a rule such that it applies to elements with a set of specified classes? For instance, if I had
<div class="node-from 57755">Look ma, a div from thor!<div>
that there'd be a way to specify "apply these rules only to elements that have both class node-from and class 57755"? If so, that's what I'd suggest. That way, if you want to ignore me, you can just put:
.57755 { display: none; }
in your CSS and be done with it.


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