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Calendar settings for Wordpress sidebart

Discussion in 'Wordpress' started by tonym, Apr 15, 2012.

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  1. Thanks to ve9gra for his plugin. He made the install of the Calendar into the Wordpress sidebar a doodle. The calendar is now installed and running in the sidebar.

    I have added the "CSS=1; require("calendar/calendar. to the header.php, and added events now show the selected colour. Popup window also works.

    What I have not figured out yet is .
    a. How to highlight "Today"
    b. Shade "Weekends" in a different colour
    c. Where can I adjust the width/height of the Calendar.

    Any ideas.
  2. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    a. Should be on by default. You can change this in the settings.

    b. Should be on by default. You can change this in the settings.

    c. Edit the CSS of the template you're using. See www.epctutorials.com for an example of what to edit.

    If you're still stuck, post a link to your calendar so we can better help.
  3. Thanks Brian, it is on by default, and maybe Ive been looking at it tooooo hard. Time to pop down to Specsavers.

    I shall have a study of the template when i have had a rest( eyes tested).

    Cheers.
    Tonym
  4. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    A, B, and C may be affected by your WP Theme's CSS.

    I use Firefox along with the Web Developer Toolbar plugin to troubleshoot CSS conflicts. Under the CSS section, enable "View style information" and then click on various elements of your page.
  5. A and B were affected by my eye sight, need to take more resr breaks..
    I shall have a look at C, another day.

    many thanks to all .


    Tonym
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