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Posted by OPwebmaster at May 11, 2016, 5:16:55 PM
rss_link. Localendar made a change
On the Localendar Documentation, Tips and Tricks, Hide the RSS and ICal links, on Feb. 25, 2016, Localendar made a change.

You now say rss_link=N, whereas in the past you said rss_link=false.

A few questions about this:
1. Why the change? I can't find any announcements detailing this change.
2. Do I have to change my URL information from rss_link=false to rss_link=N, or will either function correctly?
3. With the new 'responsive iframe' publish style, in some browsers the rss link appears and in others it does not. I don't want it. Is there a way I can add the rss_link=N parameter to the script?

Thanks,


Harry

Posted by support at May 17, 2016, 2:27:47 AM
Re: rss_link. Localendar made a change
Yes, either 'false' or 'N' should work
Why do we support both? I'm not sure...

Adding parameters to the responsive iframe link should work fine (just like for the regular iframe). Can you give me an example where a browser is not supporting it?

Oh - if that browser is iOS - then we already know from lbsl and the category filter thread in this forum what the reason is: iOS now rejects cookies used by sites in iframes (aka 3rd party cookies), so that would probably mean the link would re-appear once you switched months. We (and the rest of the internet) don't have a workaround for that yet.
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Posted by OPwebmaster at May 17, 2016, 4:15:51 AM
Re: rss_link. Localendar made a change
Marc:
 
Adding parameters to the responsive iframe link should work fine (just like for the regular iframe). Can you give me an example where a browser is not supporting it?

Haven't tried it yet, since I was not sure I could add parameters. Will do in a couple of days and let you know. My browsers are all Windows, but some of my users have iOS phones.


Harry


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