Is it possible to adjust the width (max-width: and min-width:) attributes in the timeline.css to override what's being brought in? I've attempted to re-write my own CSS in a custom style rule, but since it's being loaded into an <iframe> I seem to be unable to affect a change.
Specifically, I am trying to maximize the max width of the .content-container .media DIV and minimize the with of the .content-container .text DIV.
Is this possible?
Technically, it is possible to add a 'css' parameter to the iframe embed src URL which points to your own CSS file. If you do this, it will completely override the normal CSS file, so you would have to begin from a copy of
http://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline/latest/css/timeline.cssrather than simply specifying a file which overrides some of those rules.
Also (for reasons that are not clear to me because they predate my involvement in the project), if you want to override the CSS, you must specify a 'js' parameter as well. It should be fine to use
In my casual testing, I didn't worry about URL escaping the parameters, but for safety's sake you probably should. One easy way to encode the URLS is http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/dencoder/
Hope this helps.