[Mailman-Users] Setting the FONT globally for the mailman GUI?
dragon at crimson-dragon.com
Wed Apr 25 07:53:34 CEST 2007
Stephen J. Turnbull did speak thusly:
> > Actually no, those are not the best way to do this IMO. If ALL of the
> > web pages were template-based, it would be a simple matter of
> > defining the CSS you want in a CSS file and adding it to the page header.
>There's no reason why the programmatically generated pages can't have
>a LINK element added to their headers. Then what needs to be done is
>to add appropriate class attributes to the elements in generated content.
>I believe it may be possible *now* to accomplish what the OP
>requested, however, by the simple expedient of adding an appropriate
>header to the HTTP response specifying a style sheet. I'm pretty sure
>that such a header exists, but I have no idea whether IE respects it.
---------------- End original message. ---------------------
Yes, it could be done now, but it requires changes to the mailman
code that generates the page.
But, I think that in the long run, converting all HTML output of
mailman to a template based system with the ability to fully
customize the interface is the direction it should go.
As for the CSS link header, IE does respect such links, why should it not?
A whole lot of web sites would not display properly on it if it didn't.
Venimus, Saltavimus, Bibimus (et naribus canium capti sumus)
More information about the Mailman-Users