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An event title can jump directly to a different web page

For example, you can enter this text in the title field:

<a href="">Go to Google</a>

When you are signed in to localendar, this link will be disabled so that you can click on the event to edit it. On the public view of your calendar, the link will be active and take users directly to Google.

This feature is useful if you want a localendar Event to redirect to a specific web page instead of displaying a pop-up description.

Adding custom HTML to an Event Title

If you aren't comfortable using CSS for advanced customization of Events, you can specify HTML directly in the Event Title field.

For example, if you wanted to make the title text of a particular event display in red, you could use this HTML:

<span style="color:red">This title is red!</span>

Or perhaps you want red and bold:

<span style="color:red;font-weight:bold">This title is bold red!</span>

How's about a bigger font?

<span style="color:red;font-weight:bold;font-size:20px;">Big red!</span>

You can use almost any HTML in the Title field. Be careful and make sure to Preview your Event before saving it. Otherwise, if your HTML has problems your calendar may not be displayed correctly.

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