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Posted by gorkface at Oct 23, 2013, 6:46:58 PM
How did you make the calendar on the publish page?
How did you make the calendar on the publish page? It's a small calendar top left that shows one month plus options below. Looks much cleaner and more functional than the one I got by going through the wizard.

Also, how do you add an event to a calendar from the min-calendar? If you can't do it, can I put a link below the minicalendar so people can go to a page within my website to add an event.

Sorry for asking such basic questions but quite honestly I don't have all day and you'd probably sell more calendars if you made this info easier to find.

Posted by support at Oct 23, 2013, 9:44:15 PM
Re: How did you make the calendar on the publish page?
The mini calendar is the only "mini calendar" format we support at this time. You cannot publish a version of the navigational calendar shown on the upper-left (when you are signed into localendar)

There is no button for adding events to the mini-calendar, however, you are free to add your own html link to this option. Just have a look at your full-page calendar "Add Event" button and copy the HTML from there.
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