Dear Ellen, I am slowly making rapid progress. And growing to like Filtering even more in the process! CSS is a miracle, I have just scratched the surface but it is so powerful. You can see my current draft here, a directory of librarians, filtered by districts:
Two selectors however have alluded me:
Firstly, whatever I try, I cannot manipulate the font size of the post title. I would have thought it should be .section-filtering .filtering .item .item-title but although the behaviour of elements below (the excerpt) suggests that something is happening (i.e. if I make font-size very small, they move up as if the font had become miniscule, when in fact it always stays the same). My reading suggests that something may be overriding my CSS commands, but I can't find what it is.
And secondly, I am trying to reduce the gutter (if that's what it's called) between rows when more than one row of posts is visible. I managed to reduce the top margin, toward the filtering categories, but have not found a way to address the space between rows.
If you have any hints, I'd be most grateful. I really tried all that I could find in the Chrome Inspector. But it's styling - the function is perfect!
Yours faithfully, Jan.
P.S.: (On another, though related note, I'd like to make a few suggestions for a super-charged Filtering section - it seems to me that a few additions would make it into an even more amazing section. But I shall think more carefully over this before I put pen to paper - to give you a pre-Filtered feedback rather than a rambling list of blue-sky-musings!)