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  1. Custom HTML in Events

    You can enter custom HTML into events in two fields: Title and Description Title You may enter HTML directly into the field. You may want to add links, change … Custom HTML The ability to add your own HTML is a powerful way to customize localendar, but it can be dangerous, too. If you add poorlyformed or buggy HTML
    localendar documentationJun 19, 2017
  2. Preview an Event

    important if you are using custom HTML on your event. The ability to add your own HTML is a powerful way to customize localendar, but it can be dangerous, too … incorrectly (or not at all!). This is why we strongly recommend Previewing any event that has custom HTML before saving it. To Preview an event before saving
    localendar documentationJun 19, 2017
  3. Adding custom Javascript

    In the same way that you can add custom HTML to a calendar title, footer, or event, you can add custom JavaScript as well. Just make sure to wrap your code … limitless applications for using your own JavaScript (usage tracking, advanced UI customizations, browser detection, Google Analytics tracking, etc.)
    localendar documentationJun 21, 2017
  4. Adding your own ads to a calendar

    with custom HTML to paste onto your site. You can paste this HTML into your calendar Title or Footer, or you could also paste it into your Event descriptions. To add your custom ad HTML to all of your calendar's events in one easy step, paste the text into the Common Event Information field. We don't recommend putting
    localendar documentationJun 21, 2017
  5. Repositioning the Arrows

    to each other?" We thought about it for a bit, and realized, "Yeah! You can do that!". This customization relies on the ability to put custom HTML on your calendar … ). Step 2: A little jQuery magic... localendar uses the jQuery http://jquery.com/ library internally, and you can access it in your custom HTML, too. Here's
    localendar documentationJun 21, 2017
  6. Tips and Tricks for Events

    of displaying a popup 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
    localendar documentationJun 19, 2017
  7. localendar_docs.pdf

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 1.3.10 Custom HTML in Events … ? Please see the documentation on Importing and Exporting from localendar Can I add a link from localendar back to my site? Yes; you can add custom HTML to your
    localendar documentation / … / HomeMay 28, 2020
  8. Entering and Editing Events

    with multiple occurrences. You may want to customize events by adding your own images or HTML. Since the localendar Event Editor is so important, we've broken … Entering a MultiDay Event that Repeats Adding Clipart to an Event Attaching files to Events Uploading your own Images Setting up Reminders Custom HTML in Events
    localendar documentationJun 18, 2017
  9. General Options

    , enter the text in this box. You can also use this field to enter custom HTML and CSS (See Custom Calendar CSS) If you would like to add a custom image or logo … HTML syntax for adding a custom graphic. Refer also to Uploading your own Images If you would like to add a custom link (for example, from your calendar back
    localendar documentationOct 18, 2018
  10. Common Publishing Questions

    varies from program to program, but basically you need to understand how your particular application lets you paste Custom HTML into your pages. Consult your web builder's help for more information. Sometimes this topic is also referred to as "Custom Script", "Custom JavaScript", or "Adding Custom HTML". We can't provide
    localendar documentationApr 25, 2018