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    I Have been playing with the joomla and i love it I would like to ask one question. Is it possable to add a calander like jevents instead off using the pdf as we dont have the software to create pdfs on all pcs and teachers cant edit it and this way if a class has a certian trip the teacher of that class can edit it. I am going to have a play but did not know if it has been done and is working. I have found this one as well http://fachschaft.etec.uni-karlsruhe...al/Itemid,388/
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    Take a look at JCal

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    being new at this how easy is it to incorperate into the edugeek package ?? thanks for your quick reply.

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    This is long term planning but I'm looking at converting my CalLite/Pro script mods for phpBB2 so it can work with other CMS systems like Joomla so it's likely something else will be available in the future but more like 3rd quarter 2008 or so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alonebfg View Post
    being new at this how easy is it to incorperate into the edugeek package ?? thanks for your quick reply.
    Should be fine to incorperate. The package is just a standard Joomla install. So just install JCal like any other Joomla add-on.

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    ok this is driving me mad i cant add the cal without losing side menu have it as a componant is that right or do i need it as a component link.

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    cal right side

    if i'm understanding you correctly you have to add it as a menu link from the parameters of that particular menu module
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    ok all sorted I needed to create a menu compontant in that menu and then allow it so see the other modules thats it done

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    On our site we use google calendar and just use the source code within the website.

    This is great because staff currently do not have access to edit the website!

    Plus it means the calendar can be update from anywhere.

    http://www.middlecott.lincs.sch.uk/calendar

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    We've just changed from ExtCal to Jevents this week. St Thomas More RC College Using a module for a mini calendar on the front page and the Jevents component so when you click on the mini cal or the Calendar/events link on the top bar you get the full calendar so you can view the year. Which reminds me I should probably put events on there..

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    the new jevents can link to ical IE google calander need to have a play i think see if better than Jcal

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    is jcal a free download?

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    no but jevents is and it seems to be getting a lot better

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