[Mailman-Users] Anyone know Background color code for .py file?

DJ Freak djfreak at beathustler.com
Thu Dec 16 06:05:10 CET 2004

So I guess that means you're not inviting me to be a gmail member huh 

Most of the documentation is extremely confusing for those of us who 
are not as brilliant as you.  I have made those color changes in 
mm_cfg.py and their not affecting that confirm html page.  That's why 
I'm posting.

I make very clear what my questions are in my subject lines so if 
they're too elementary for you then don't read em.  I'm sure you're 
skilled enough to change your membership to digest if the day to day 
traffic is too much for you.


On Dec 15, 2004, at 8:46 PM, Tierra wrote:

> On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 20:09:13 -0800, DJ Freak <djfreak at beathustler.com> 
> wrote:
>> So I've been able to edit my confirm.py to make it match my web site
>> EXCEPT background color and img src=.
>> Does anyone know how to code background color and image insert in a 
>> .py
>> file?
>> Thanks
>> Evan
> I'm not even sure what you mean by that... however, if you take the
> time to look through the default config settings for Mailman, you'd
> find the exact variables you need to setup in your mm_cfg.py file to
> change the web colors. This may be a little out of line on this list,
> but I'm not even going to mention those variables since for the past 2
> weeks, you've started 14 threads on this list about small simple
> configuration options like this one that you could of saved everyone
> here the trouble of looking up for you had you read the documentation.
> Also, please stop starting 3 separate threads all in one day on the
> same problem, same subject, just because no one answered in the first
> 2-3 hours. It's a mailing list, people will get to it when they can,
> if they can help you out. No one here get's paid to answer your
> questions.
> Bryan
> P.S. Don't touch VERP settings unless you know what it is and really
> need it. The defaults are fine for anyone who's new to email and
> mailing lists.

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