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I'm trying to embed a calendar on my webpage. I copy and paste the HTML code provided from localendar. However, when I insert the HTML, the code appears on my webpage as text. There is no calendar present. Any suggestions?
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I'm guessing that you're using an editor like FrontPage that has a tab for Text and a tab for HTML. Most HTML editors work in a similar fashion.

If you paste the HTML while working in the "Text" view, the editor will create a "viewable" version of the HTML on your page. If you paste it on the "HTML" tab, the actual HTML will be pasted and the calendar will display as you'd expect.
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I'm using Dreamweaver for my editor. I selected the "Code" option in Dreamweaver and pasted Localendar's HTML into this area. However, it appears as text when I view it through a browser.
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Make sure you are using Dreamweaver's Paste HTML command, and not just a regular paste. Otherwise, Dreamweaver will convert the HTML on the clipboard into viewable text.
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Make sure you are using Dreamweaver's Paste HTML command, and not just a regular paste. Otherwise, Dreamweaver will convert the HTML on the clipboard into viewable text.


Have done this successfully, but part of the bottom row of the monthly calendar is cut off. I have tried increasing the size of the "Layer" but to no avail. I also don't know how to get the calendar layer centered horizontally on the page.

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For more info on size options with the "fully interactive" embedded calendar, please see this thread:

http://www.localendar.com/lcf/lcforums/viewthread?thread=32

Also, regarding horizontal layout, that depends on where you place the pasted HTML. For example. to center it, you might consider placing it between a pair of <CENTER></CENTER> tags
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