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  1. #1
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    Hi everyone,

    I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this or not, please move it if I am wrong. Thanks.

    I am working on a site for a friend. It is currently hosted at www.vancouvercandc.com . The css coding is admittedly very messy as I have not had the time to learn css (hopefully i will soon)

    Anyways, he needs to be able to post a schedule of the months events, idealy in a calendar format.

    Here is the problem, I am the "webmaster" (for lack of better name) and I am moving next week. He knows nothing about webdisign nor does he have any software for it. I am use Dreamweaver. I CAN maintain it from my new location though it would be very ideal if it is something he could do himself (just updating the calendar, I can work on actually maintaining the site).

    I heard of NVU (a web authoring program) and will see how easy it is to learn, maybe he could use that program in the case that I am swamped with my own work.

    What options do I have for an easily maintainable (idealy web-based) (and free) calendar? I was thinking something along the lines of a blog because they are so easy to use via a web-interface. I have searched for a few things and either found expensive services or absolutely nothing at all.

    Thanks for any help!

    -Stephen

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    If possible I would like it to look like this http://awsd.com/scripts/webcal/webcal.pl but be easily updatable.

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    Senior Member MoRpHeUs's Avatar
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    Depending if you are using a sever or browser side language you should post in javascript or php forum...
    (just a little note) i found a site with a ton of calanders on it they are mostly written in javascript:
    http://javascript.internet.com/calendars/
    or try this:
    [searchweb]Html calanders[/searchweb]

    I'm not here for you, I'm here to raise your discomfort

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    If you are working in php you may want to also check out:
    <http://www.php.net > make sure it is .net and not .com (i have made that error...lol)
    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    Senior Member rosland's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrodragon
    If you are working in php you may want to also check out:
    http://www.php.net
    That's PHP's home address, which contains the manual and other language resources. That will hold all information relative to the language syntax of PHP. However, you're not likely to find helpful scripts there anytime soon.

    You can however find a lot of example scripts through a google:
    [searchweb]calendar scripts php[/searchweb]
    S. Rosland


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