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CovenantPresbyterian
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The code I cut and paste to embed the calendar into my website produces a calendar that is different than the one I have created.
The font colors are different, even after I have saved them.

How can I resolve this problem?
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Just to mention publicly what I wrote in your ticket:

The calendar itself looks fine, so most likely there is a conflict between our generated HTML/CSS/JS and the HTML/CSS/JS you have put together for the site.

If you switch to the "Responsive Iframe" publish style, I bet your issues will vanish.

However, if you want to keep the publish style you are using now, we'd need to be able to explore the issue on a live page
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