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Posted by Confederation at Sep 24, 2004, 7:52:49 AM
Hits
Is there a way I can find out how many hits my calendar is getting?

Posted by support at Sep 24, 2004, 3:53:11 PM
Re: Hits
Sure! You can put HTML in your calendar's title or footer to include a counter (under the Options menu)

There are a lot of free counters on the net to choose from. Search for 'free web counter' on Google , and you'll get a bunch.
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Posted by rgcentertainment at Nov 19, 2004, 4:01:45 PM
security
i want the public to view the data on my calendar, but not be able to edit/delete any items. How? Right now they are able to do this.

Posted by rgcentertainment at Nov 19, 2004, 4:03:43 PM
my web address
what is my localendar web address that i can direct the public to go to

Posted by support at Nov 20, 2004, 9:53:54 PM
Re: security
The public is not allowed to edit or change your calendar. You might have localendar set to remember your password, and think that it allows anyone to change your calendar, but that is absolutely not the case.

Your public calendar view (at http://www.localendar.com/public/rgcentertainment) is also not editable.
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Posted by rgcentertainment at Nov 21, 2004, 2:30:34 AM
Re: security
but if i just open up a browser and type www.localendar.com it takes me to http://localendar.com/elsie, ehich IS editable. Why is that and how do i stop it?

Posted by support at Nov 22, 2004, 10:11:55 PM
Re: security
That's happening because at some point, when you signed in to localendar, you clicked "remember my id and password". Therefore, whenever you open a browser and type in www.localendar.com, you're automagically signed in.

To stop this behaviour, just click the "sign off" button. localendar will no longer log you on when you type the site address.
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Posted by rgcentertainment at Nov 23, 2004, 2:16:59 AM
Re: security
So, it looks as though i have to sign off everytime i finish visiting my calendar site? If not and I just close the window, the next time i return to my calendar it goes directly to the "editable" calendar? Correct?

Posted by support at Nov 24, 2004, 9:35:16 AM
Re: security
If you've clicked "Remember my ID" and password when you sign in, you will always be taken directly to your calendar when you type in www.localendar.com

Once you Sign Off, you will be taken to the homepage when you type in www.localendar.com.

Of course, if the next time you sign in, you check the "Remember.." checkbox again, then once again you'll be taken to your calendar whenever you type in www.localendar.com
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Posted by rgcentertainment at Nov 24, 2004, 10:06:41 AM
Re: security
1) I logged out and closed the homepage window.
2) I logged onto www.localendar.com
3) i signed in and DID NOT click remember password
4) it took me to my editable calendar.
5) I made no changes and then closed the window (did not log out)
6) Now if i go to www.localendar.com agian, it takes me to my editable page, as opposed to my sign in page.

CAN WE STOP THIS?

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