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Posted by flcrosebud at May 15, 2014, 12:03:33 PM
Positioning your Calendar on Webpage
Hi. I'm probably guessing this has already been asked in the past but I need to know the html code to put my calendar in the middle of my webpage. I am choosing an interactive mini-calendar with pop-up event balloons. I click on publish and choose that one and it gives me the html code to copy and paste into my webpage. I am using Xara Web Designer. Thanks so much for your help. DV.

Posted by support at May 16, 2014, 1:47:30 AM
Re: Positioning your Calendar on Webpage
I'm not familiar with that web designer, but no matter what package you are using, the instructions are basically the same. We don't control the position of where the calendar appears - your page does.

So if you create a div or table cell in Xara where you would like your calendar to appear, *that's* where you would then paste the HTML from localendar.

I would try creating a simple "Hello World" box where you want the calendar to appear, and once you've got that, then I'd replace that text with what you have from the localendar Publish Wizard.
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Posted by flcrosebud at May 26, 2014, 1:27:39 PM
Re: Positioning your Calendar on Webpage
Hey there Support. Thanks. I finally!!! Figured it out. In Xara, you have to create a text box and right click on the text box, click on web properties, placeholder and then click on html to save the html code. When you create the text box in a certain area then the calendar will appear in that spot. Thanks for getting me going on this. DV..

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