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hi
i am embedding the mini cal in my site' and it takes too much time to load, and preventing the site itself from being loaded
so i tried to load the calendar only after dom loaded, and didn't find how

could you help please ?

thanks
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Could you provide a link to the page on your site where it is embedded?
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http://halomotaf.co.il/
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This is just a thought I had...
First, in the two places you include <script> tags supplied by localendar, replace them with something like this:
<div id="placeholder1">&nbsp;</div>
<div id="placeholder2">&nbsp;</div>

Then at the bottom of your page, try something like this:

<script>
var script1 = document.createElement('script');
script1.src = "http://www.localendar.com/js/PublishedIncludeMini.js";
document.getElementsById("placeholder1").appendChild(script1);

var script2 = document.createElement('script');
script2.src = "http://www.localendar.com/public/halomotaf?include=Y&style=M5";
document.getElementsById("placeholder2").appendChild(script2);
</script>


Disclaimer; I haven't tested that yet, but it seems like it might work...

BTW, can I ask how you achieved the result of reversing the calendar automatically?
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