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At this point, I'd say let's start a new thread for this issue. It seems there is something specific to your setup (or Yahoo) going on, and no point having the discussion across multiple threads smile
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Really like the BETA Calendar. Wish I could make page look like the BETA Calendar page you created but I must admit that kind of page design is a wee-bit beyond me.
Q: I can not get the mini-calendar to work on the beta page I created (http://pendleton-gazette.com/calendar_BETA.html). Perhaps that's still in the works.
Really like the effect when the mouse is rolled over the large picture at the top of the page. Very neat!
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George
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Well, I know that this line:
document.PageElement.LAYERS['root'].left = Math.max((window.innerWidth - 1100) / 2, 0);

causes an error when the page is viewed in Firefox. And that (most likely) halts the execution of further javascript on the page so the calendar forward/back arrows wont work.

That JS line will work in IE (9 is what I tested in) and the calendar moves forward/back correctly.
Spacing of the month headers seems normal to me in IE and FF.
Perhaps you can open a support ticket, and we can get some screenshots of what you are seeing (or just put them someplace on your server and post a link)

Also let me know what browser/vers you are using.

(and I'd clean up the JS if it came from Yahoo. At least put a try/catch around it)
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