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    Calender on Website

    I've just found out that the calender website that I was using on our website has been taken down Now I need another method of displaying the calender on our website.

    Any ideas?

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    Google calendar has quite a good embeddable function we use on our site.

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    Depends what you're running on - I use JCal pro component on Joomla = very swish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Google calendar has quite a good embeddable function we use on our site.
    I've just been looking at that. Its uses iframes i think.
    Was it easy to set up?

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    I'd love to run joomla, but until i buy our own webserver we're stuck with the county option (which has no php, mysql, etc,etc)

    I know, I know,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Netman View Post
    Depends what you're running on - I use JCal pro component on Joomla = very swish...
    Hopefully I'll be looking at joomla when this migration to synetrix has finished

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    Quote Originally Posted by rush_tech View Post
    I've just been looking at that. Its uses iframes i think.
    Was it easy to set up?
    simple.

    imported the data from a csv, bunged the code it supplied into a page on our site, fiddled a bit to get it placed right, and roberts your mothers brother.

    ours is here Helenswood School Calendar although its now out of line (bloody performing arts with their copy of contribute...grrr)

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    calendarix is very good take a look at this example Falinge Park High School - School Calendar

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