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I am in the process of creating a new website and am using CSS to control all of my containers. For some reason when I put the calendar into a smaller container, it only comes out one size.

How do I modify the size to be smaller?

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The calendar should auto-size to fit the container you are putting it in. Of course, there are some exceptions regarding the particular style of calendar you are publishing, how you are publishing it, and where you are putting it.

Since there are so many variables, it would help if you posted a link and gave us some idea what size calendar you were shooting for (either in px or %)
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