Calendar Widgets and interactive usage of them

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Do you have any calendar widgets other than Google? The Google widget appears to not work properly when I tired it on my test site. I remember there were other calendars awhile back but there seems to be far fewer choices now for a workable integrated calendar other than Google.

I'd like to post a calendar on my site which can be updated and change periodically. Does anyone have any suggestions of what I could use. I checked into Brown Bear at calendars.net but will their calendars work here? Also your tutorial for creating and using calendars has been eatin!

So who's in the kitchen cooking up a new one to replace that tasty tutorial?
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Hatcheck Girl

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  • confident the community has some suggestions

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Emmy

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Hello,
I'm sorry to hear you weren't able to pull up the tutorial page, here is a link that will work for you with some suggestions for adding a calendar including calendars.net: Adding a calendar to your site.

Hope that will help!

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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Hatcheck Girl

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Thanks Emmy I'm working now with the Calendar.net page - hopefully I figure this out...adding it to Yola seems painless enough and I know I've done it before. I just didn't need one at the time so I didn't bother to set it up.

Thanks again
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Caitlin Hecsh

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Yahhhggghhhh! Not enough information! Just want a simple monthly calendar showing daily activities at a bowling center. Have been setting up something in calendar.net but just do NOT understand the instructions for inserting onto my calendar page. I need something SIMPLER! Is there a way to upload an Outlook calendar and still have active links in the spaces?
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Outlook Calendar embedding via Live calendar is no longer supported, since 2012, so this isn't an option. It may be revived?

calendars.net looks to be as easy/as hard as any facility I have come across. If you have Google Apps, (no longer free) you can use their facility.