Originally Posted by ve9gra
Check again... What I posted will only affect the category label and selection. Not the description.
Actually, given the HTML the way I posted it, my assertion was actually correct - the description is inside
the <span class="tableDescr">, which means it gets styled along with the categories. Of course, the description can be moved outside of the <span> in the template, so that would take care of that issue...
, there is still the primary issue which is that the category name and the category value cannot be styled independently of one another
like they can in the pop-up. The [categories] element outputs both name and value, and since they're inside the same <span>, they cannot be styled independently. If I want the category name to be underlined rather than bold, for example, I cannot do that by styling .tableDescr, because that would also affect the category value, not just the name.
In the pop-up styling, the category name has a different class than the category value, which means they can be styled independently.
There is a slight workaround, which is that I could style ".tableDescr strong" ... that would affect only the category name, not the value. However, that is rather a hack and in principle not user-friendly... it would be much better if the category and value would have different classes, like they do in the pop-up, so that they can be styled independently.
Brian, would you be willing to implement such a thing?