markup in a message page

1999-10-31 14:52:50

I'm having some frustration defining the markup message pages, I've got my
indexes marked up and working but every message except the first in a date
and subject thread is appearing with the wrong title and subject line

The first message appears with a 14pt darkblue title which is the subject of
the message, subsequent messages have a 16pt red title and subject. I'm
using stylesheets which do indeed use this 16pt red style, but I'm
overriding it as the first message shows (reduced size and changed colour).

Is there a different resource that I should use for page markup? I've
attached my markup for MsgPgEnd and MsgPgEnd in case that helps.

<!-- *** Message Page format ***-->
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
$LISTNAME$ Mailing List Archive - by date
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Reply-to" content="$LISTOWNER$">
<meta name="Description" content="$LISTNAME$ archive, $IDXTITLE$">
<LINK REL=STYLESHEET TYPE="text/css" HREF="/StyleSheets/Burl_Web.css">
        H1 {color:darkblue; font-size:16pt}
<BODY STYLE="font-family: Comic Sans MS, Fantasy, Cursive; font-size: 10pt"

<DIV STYLE="position:relative; width:90%; background:white">
$NUMOFMSG$ messages in chronological order<br>
Last Updated: $LOCALDATE$<br>


        <P><IMG SRC="/image_files/aonix/aonix_sm2.gif", ALIGN="LEFT">
        <A HREF="";><I>Back</I></A><I> to home page.

        <DIV CLASS=credits STYLE="text-align:center; background:lavender">
        <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
        var changeDate = "";
        changeDate = document.lastModified;
        document.write ("This pages last modified: ");
        document.write (changeDate);
        document.write (" GMT");

        &copy;<b>Aonix</b> 1998. All rights reserved. All brand and product 
        trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. The
        contained herein is subject to change without notice.
        Site maintained by <img align="center"

How do I get my pages to have a consistent markup?


Neil O'Brien
Senior Support Engineer
Aonix Customer Support

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