My name is Al Gilman and I make trouble on the lynx-dev mailing
list where the developers and users of the Lynx WWW browser
I am trying to understand the configurability of a MHonArc
archive. I think I have a problem.
Please refer to
Linkname: Comparison of email archive format options
for what I would like to see in a message-page layout and why.
As I understand it, where the documentation describes the message
page format as
Message page resource layout
Converted message header <<< This is generated HTML that
-- can't be relocated, suppressed, or redesigned
Converted message body
This is a major inconvenience, as I understand it, for blind users
accessing the Internet through a text-to-speech converter.
Am I correct in my interpretation of the programmability and
non-programmability [outside of hacking the MHonArc Perl itself]
of this page layout?
Is there anyone operating an installation which leads off with
(author, title, date) [only] before the body?