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i am new to this but I would like the calendar to be smaller than it is on my website. How do i do this?
Second question can i have events from local calendar go to my google calendar?
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h2rexpeditions:

I assume you are putting your calendar in an 'iframe' on your website? The default values are height=600 and width=700. You can decrease the height if you allow scroll bars. This will work on computer browsers, but some smart phones will not recognize the scrolling, so it depends on who your user base is. See page 34 of the localendar documentation, which is downloadable for more details. Or you could use the mini-calendar option if you have very little space.

Yes you can export to your Google calendar. See page 55 of the documentation. But Google will not import items you may have used on your events, such as colors, images, custom categories, etc.


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