I would like to use a style sheet to adjust the way that javadoc displays lists of parameters below each method. In the HTML output, the code around the parameter name and description looks like this:
<dd><code>filterContainers</code> - True if the containers within the database
are to be considered individually during task assignment; false if the entire database is to be assigned as a single task.
I apologize if this is basic CSS question, but I don't understand how to change the way 'filterContainers' is formatted -- maybe make it italic or something. I was also hoping to increase the padding below each parameter name/description because they seem to squished together.
One warning is that the styles above will be applied to every block of text that matches the pattern you've defined. So it would be good to check through the pages to see if it is being applied in places you don't expect (that happen to have the same sequence of tags relative to body).
Not all work on all browsers.
The example I showed you is "E F" in the third row. Notice the difference between a descendant and a child.
I'm not sure, but I think child selectors "E > F" don't work on some browsers.