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  • "KALENDER", which is basically Dutch for "Calendar", is a simple calendar tool that can be embedded into a website using the MODx content management system.

    The calendar interface itself might look sort of like EasyPHPCalendar with a MODx twist and is fully customizable.

    Do send in your comments, questions, bugs you might have found etc here.

    Thanks!

    Download the snippet from: http://www.modxcms.com/Kalender-1-1212.html
    • Quote from: deevio at Nov 29, 2006, 05:06 AM

      "KALENDER", which is basically Dutch for "Calendar", is a simple calendar tool that can be embedded into a website using the MODx content management system.

      The calendar interface itself might look sort of like EasyPHPCalendar with a MODx twist and is fully customizable.

      Do send in your comments, questions, bugs you might have found etc here.

      Thanks!

      Download the snippet from: http://www.modxcms.com/Kalender-1-1212.html

      Thanks for this great snippet, but on my portal it not works =(

      « MODx Parse Error »
      MODx encountered the following error while attempting to parse the requested resource:
      « PHP Parse Error »
       
      PHP error debug
        Error: 	Unknown(/home/u47039/pro.hallina.ru/wwwhttp://pro.hallina.ru/assets/snippets/kalender/themes/gold/theme.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory	 
        Error type/ Nr.: 	Warning - 2	 
        File: 	/home/u47039/pro.hallina.ru/www/manager/includes/document.parser.class.inc.php(733) : eval()'d code	 
        Line: 	212
      


      Help me, please =)
      • jek - that http://pro.hallina.ru bit really shouldn’t be in your path.

        deevio - This looks good, but there may be some issues with using pub_date in this way. The fact that you can save a date there in a previously published document seems more by accident than design. If the document is not published, the date will be cleared out upon publication.
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        • @ jek I this the problem is in the path:

          /home/u47039/pro.hallina.ru[red]/wwwhttp[/red]://pro.hallina.ru/assets/snippets/kalender/themes/gold/theme.php


          try this:

          change near line 194:

          $includePath = $base_path.$assets_path.$snippetsPath."/themes/".$theme."/";


          to

          $includePath = $assets_path.$snippetsPath."/themes/".$theme."/";


          change near line 194:
          $cssTheme = $themePath."theme.css";


          to

          $cssTheme = $includePath."theme.css";


          works for me smiley

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          • banzai - thanks! =) it works for me too
            • Javascript error:

              Error: unterminated string literal
              line: 1
              


              • oh dear! you’re right Paul!

                I was wondering if Template Variables would be better perhaps? What do you think?
                Thanks!

                - deevio

                Quote from: PaulGregory at Nov 29, 2006, 11:47 AM

                jek - that http://pro.hallina.ru bit really shouldn’t be in your path.

                deevio - This looks good, but there may be some issues with using pub_date in this way. The fact that you can save a date there in a previously published document seems more by accident than design. If the document is not published, the date will be cleared out upon publication.
                • Looks really good, great job! And many thanks for the contributing!


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                  • Hi Guys,
                    I have finally implemented the calendar, it looks great but I have not been able to populate the events, can somebody please show me the procedure.
                    Thanking you very much!
                    -Mabi
                    • Mabi:

                      Here’s what you do:

                      1. Create a folder, title it "Calender" or something. e.g. id=100

                      2. Associate the $parent parameter with the folder ID. e.g. [ ! Kalender?parent=100 ! ]

                      3. Create any number of levels of sub-folders within parent, but what is important is you must have created a document (not a folder) as the end node. Kalender only reads non-folders within parent.

                      4. Document fields that are must-fills include:
                      a. Title - displays as a marker in your manager.
                      b. Long Title - displays as an event in the Kalender.
                      c. Publish Date - displays on the specific date/time of the Kalender.

                      4. Optional fields include:
                      a. Description
                      b. Intro Text
                      c. Content
                      d. Unpublish Date

                      5. If you want the "time" to disappear from the date formating in the event display, set the time as 00:00:00 (midnight)

                      Hope this helps!?

                      Also, check that overLib works.

                      Do you have a working link that you can post here so we can see whats going on with your calender?

                      Thanks!