[Mailman-Users] configuring Mailman pages to seem more like my site

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Wed Apr 9 01:47:31 CEST 2003

Create a second list - a test list - and play with that one.  Once you
get it working great, apply the same changes to your operational list.

You'll find a lot of advice on howto modify the html for individual
lists in the archives.

Good Luck - Jon Carnes
On Tue, 2003-04-08 at 00:12, Hilary Marsh wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just joined this list. I have an email list through mailman, and 
> I'd like to make it look and feel more like my site. In addition, 
> it's a newsletter, so there are several options on the usual 
> subscription info page that are different or not relevant.
> I need help with two issues:
> 1) With my basic knowledge of HTML, I can eliminate irrelevant areas 
> and change wording here and there. But I can't really see my 
> corrections in order to test them.
> 2) I'm nervous when it comes to *adding* HTML code. I can add the 
> header and footer elements from my site, changing the links from 
> relative to fixed, so subscribers can go in and out. But by doing 
> that, will I mess up the page's functionality?
> Thanks!!
> --Hilary

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