Chris is correct in that you can supply your own HTML via header & footer
files, but this is for <BODY> content only. The <HEAD> section -- all CSS
FYI, there is a stylesheet bug in 1.0.2 (since fixed in the to-be-released
1.0.3), but since no one has called attention to it, I figured CSS was just
"too new" and I'd keep my mouth shut. If you are encountering the error,
just change the font-family attribute to use single- rather than
At 01:15 PM 2/26/98 -0700, Chris Taylor wrote:
>The file majorcool.pl, probably located in your majordomo directory
>generates the html. Know how to hack Perl? Have fun. I think it is
>possible to customize majorcool's output without touching majorcool.pl, but
>i've never tried.
>From: Amy Young-Leith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: majordomo-users@GreatCircle.COM <majordomo-users@GreatCircle.COM>
>Date: Thursday, February 26, 1998 11:40 AM
>Subject: Editing styles included with MajorCool.
>>MajorCool is... well... majorly cool. =-) I installed it in moments, and
>>it works like a charm!
>>But... what file holds the standard HTML that's spit out? I need to alter
>>the styles that are defined as they mess up the head information.
>>amy young-leith http://www.bluemarble.net/~alyoung
>>email@example.com These are my opinions only.