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Navigation Table Question

Discussion in 'General Support' started by SteveW, May 30, 2004.

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  1. SteveW

    SteveW New Member

    I would like to use the standard calendar on one page, with the default Left(Previous)/Middle/Right(Next) links. However, on another page, I would like to use a multiple calendar block showing several months. Obviously the navigation links would be superflous on this page.

    Is there any way I can "switch" on the navigation table links when calling the calendar routine? Or, if I switch the navigation table off in setup, can anybody provide me with the code I would need to use for correct previous and next (don't need Current) links, rolling correctly at year ends.

    Thanks in anticipation.

  2. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    Hello Steve!

    Currently this feature isn't designed into the script. However, you can manually add the navigation table to the one page where you would like it to be displayed. Let me know if you need the code to do this and I will PM it to you.
  3. tyuan

    tyuan New Member

    something like this

    I'd like to do something like this. I'm using the mini-calender view on the home page, and the text-on-calender view on the calender page.

    I'd like to use the mini-calender without navigation, and the text-on-calender with navigation.

    How would you suggest handling this? Trying to hide the navigation via css on the home page does not work.
  4. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    Yes, this is now very easy to accomplish. On whichever calendar you want (or don't want) the navigation links, just add
    $showNavigation="1"// or "0" if you don't want the links
    right before the require("calendar/calendar.php"); that makes the calendar show up.
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