The Publish Wizard makes it easy to make your calendar a dynamic part of your own web site. You can either include your calendar as part of an existing page, or link to a full-page interactive calendar (or put it in a frame). You can also preview what your published calendar will look like. Get started by clicking the Publish button on the left-hand menu.
There are several different ways to publish your calendar, and each has its advantages and limitations.
This is the simplest way to publish your calendar; the Publish Wizard will create the HTML for a link to a full-page view.
This is the preferred method for embedding an interactive calendar onto an existing page on your website
This calendar style is very useful for web sites that have restricted space. A small calendar appears on your site, and any dates that have events are highlighted in a different color. When the user clicks a highlighted date, a pop-up window displays more information. Look at the HTML generated for this view style to learn about more customization
Although this method is still supported, we recommend the Responsive Iframe method above
This style is different than the full-page view in two ways
The "basic iframe calendar style" which uses a non-responsive <iframe> with fixed height/width settings. If you don't adjust the height/width settings to fit your calendar, you might find that portions become "cut-off" when the calendar has a lot of events. On the positive side, this calendar style does display the month forward/background arrows. This style is still supported, however we recommend the Responsive Iframe style as a modern alternative.
If you want to publish a calendar that contains a list of all events within a given range of a US zip code, check this setting. This is useful if you have a site where you want include local content, but you don't want to enter events yourself. It relies on all of the public events entered by other nearby localendar users.
You've already chosen how to include localendar on your site.. but what will your visitors see? A month-block view? A list of events "Happening Soon?". Use the drop-down to make your selection from a variety of calendar styles.
This area shows a preview of what your published calendar will look like, based on the option you selected in Step 2.
The Preview only reflects the calendar style you selected in Step 2; it does not reflect the selection you made in Step 1. The exception is if you selected the "Mini-calendar" view style.
The text box in Step 3 represents the HTML generated by localendar based on your choices in steps 1 and 2. You should copy this HTML onto your website's page where you want your localendar (or link to it) to appear.
Please refer to Common Publishing Questions for further information.