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I'd like to have a fully interactive calendar embedded on my web site that requires a login and shows both public & private events. Ideally, I'd set it up so the login page doesn't take you to localendar.com, but allows the embedded calendar to show on my web site like here , but showing private events, too.

Then, I want the public events to publish to a "Today + Happening Soon" calendar on my home page.

I'd like for my "Today +" to look like it does here and my public/private calendar to look like the member "homegrowncalendar"

Any help?

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I think a login option that works with the embedded calendar is a good idea.. I'm not 100% sure what the interface to that should look like. It might be odd to have a big empty square with a login box on the middle of a page. Perhaps an empty calendar should show with a link on the bottom to "Login to view calendar events" (your thoughts?)

We never show private events, even when a peron logs in though.

I dont quite understand how you want the public/private thing to work though. Is it that you want 1 calendar view for the general public, and a different one once they sign in (showing private events, which I dont think would be an option)?
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Has this issue of having 1 calendar view for the general public, and a different one once they sign in to secure pages on a website been solved?
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Hi Terry,

Your question " 1 calendar view for the general public, and a different one once they sign in to secure pages on a website been solved" is not quite what the original poster was after.

Yes, you can already do this, if you already have code on your site that handles member access to secure areas. Here's what I would do:

I would create 2 calendars (2 member logons). 1 for the Public events, and 1 for the Private events

I would add my Public events to the Public calendar, and my Private events to the Private calendar.

I would purchase Premium Personal on at least the Private calendar so that I could merge the Public calendar onto it.

On my Public pages, I would include the calendar HTML for the Public calendar.
On my Private page, I would include the calendar HTML for the Private calendar (which contains the Private events, plus the merged in Public ones)

More info on calendar merging is in our docs:
http://www.localendar.com/docs/display/lc/Group+Calendars
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