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RegitzeLambaa
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Hey there,
All this is new to me....so I hope Yoy guys will be kind smile

I want to implement a localendar to my webpage ...how do I do that....?

Best regards and thanks...

Regitze
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See our documentation for publishing a calendar here: http://localendar.com/docs/display/lc/Publishing+a+Calendar
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We have the calendar on our website BUT, the public can click on an event and go inside and see our notes. How to stop that? Thanks!
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The information you add to a Public event is... Public. You can save a private copy with custom notes if you wish. At this time, we don't offer a section for private notes in addition to the public event information.
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