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I copied and pasted the code for the calendar into a box on my web site. When I paste it in, there are actually two boxes that appear on my page. I tried the page with both, then deleted the top one to see if it helped. It didn't.

My problem is that as events make the calendar longer, the bottom gets cut off, especially the "Add Event" button. I have adjusted the number in the height to make it fit, but then on other months where there are no events, there is a ton of space from the bottom of the calendar to the graphics below. I'm not a web designer by trade so any help would be appreciated. I guess it is being controlled by the size of the box I have the code pasted in, but adjusting the code height in the calendar code (not the size of the box it appears in) changes things. Any help would be appreciated. You can write to me directly if you'd like at the email addy below.
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I'm happy to take a look at your site if you want to paste the urls.

Regarding the calendar being cut off, the height is the answer. Unfortunately, it's not possible in HTML to auto-size the height of the frame for the "fully interactive" calendar style you must be using.

If you use the non-interactive embedded calendar style, we can auto-size the height, but your visitors will lose the ability to move forward/backward to different months - only the current month will be displayed.

You can generate the HTML for the non-interactive embedded calendar under the Publish Wizard
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