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Hi (and I apologize in advance for probably asking a question that's already been answered, but I can't find it)

Anyway, I am using KompoZer to create a page on which I would like to include a mini calendar. I cut and pasted the html from localendar.com and I only see the text - NOT the calendar. I have pasted it into the HTML tag, the Source tag, and also the Normal tag - all with the same results.

Any advice you can give will be greatly appreciated!
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nothing?
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If you're only seeing the HTML text... then clearly for some reason it's being parsed as text and not HTML (although you seem to have tried pasting it in various places)

I'm not familiar with that product, but try a simple test. Paste something like this:

<b>This text is bold</b> and this text is not


I would be curious if your results are any different. Is there any support forum for KompoZer where you could double-check the correct way to include your own HTML?
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Hi Brian,
I am trying to locate the html for a mini calendar. Could you tell me where you got it?
I can post it at my website to see if the html is working.

Thank you
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It does the same thing when I copy & paste your text, support. That's a great idea about the KomPozer forum tho - I thought of this one and the one for the website template, but didn't think about Kompozer :)

ginger, the place i got the calendar html is localendar.com
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You can generate the HTML for the mini calendar by using the Publish Wizard (button on localendar's left menu)
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