I think I hurt my head cramming it with CSS but I got MegaGladys working!
MegaGladys is a collection of utilities to find information about people listed in Wikipedia. At the moment it has the following tools:
MegaGladys: Get a summary of the person’s Wikipedia page along with listings of reference links, official sites, and social media accounts.
Gossip Machine: Analyze the person’s Wikipedia page view data by month (2017-now) to discover days with unusually high page views and search those dates via Google News.
TV News Search: Use the FCC license database to find American TV stations by city/state and search their Web space via Google. Your name query is automatically included.
Non-Sketchy News Search: Find media sources in Wikipedia by keyword, then bundle them into Google queries along with your search name.
Biography Builder: Get time-bounded searches of several reference sites based on someone’s birth/date dates (or birth to current date if they are still living.) Uses Wikidata.
Crony Corral: Check name pairs for Wikidata values they have in common, then find Wikipedia pages that mention them both.
PeopleLinx Affiliations Lookup: Search for several names at a time (even several dozen.) PAL searches Wikidata to find education, employers, and organization names in common and groups names with the same affiliation.
PeopleLinx Affiliations Filter: Enter a list of people and a list of companies/institutions/organizations, and PAF will use Wikidata to find any affiliations between the two groups.
I learned a lot about swapping divs in and out and how much you can do within the confines of one page. Unfortunately it’s giving me too many ideas at once!