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Web-based Calendar needed

Wm
I have a client who needs a good web-based calendar for their website. What
they would like is something that can display a monthly calendar online,
with a display that's large enough that you can see the events listed in
each day's box. (i.e., not just a numerical calendar but one where the event
time and title appear in the monthly view, like when you print a monthly
calendar from M$ Outlook.) They want to be able to easily edit it online,
and add recurring events easily. They would also like to be able to import
data from other calendar programs, but I'm not sure how feasible that is.
Our current setup keeps the admin interface in a protected directory, but
the calendar displays on a public page. Currently using Flat Calendar
(http://ffdb-php.sourceforge.net/). They like the appearance of the monthly
view, but would prefer being able to display a full event title and
desperately want something that's easier to update (especially for recurring
events). I'm open to a commercial product if a good open-source product
doesn't exist, particularly if it is easily integrated to our Linux server.
Anyone have any suggestions?

Wm

P.S. Replies CC'd to LAshooter at hotmail are appreciated!

Jul 17 '05 #1
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On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 17:42:23 +0000, Wm wrote:
I have a client who needs a good web-based calendar for their website. What
they would like is something that can display a monthly calendar online,
with a display that's large enough that you can see the events listed in
each day's box. (i.e., not just a numerical calendar but one where the event
time and title appear in the monthly view, like when you print a monthly
calendar from M$ Outlook.) They want to be able to easily edit it online,
and add recurring events easily. They would also like to be able to import
data from other calendar programs, but I'm not sure how feasible that is.
Our current setup keeps the admin interface in a protected directory, but
the calendar displays on a public page. Currently using Flat Calendar
(http://ffdb-php.sourceforge.net/). They like the appearance of the monthly
view, but would prefer being able to display a full event title and
desperately want something that's easier to update (especially for recurring
events). I'm open to a commercial product if a good open-source product
doesn't exist, particularly if it is easily integrated to our Linux server.
Anyone have any suggestions?

Wm

P.S. Replies CC'd to LAshooter at hotmail are appreciated!


phpgroupware had a good calendar feature if it still available, perhaps
you could strip just that module out for them.
Allowed shared calendars, some users could see all events, some only their
own, variable permissions on create delete edit on a per user basis.
Jul 17 '05 #2
Hello,

On 10/10/2003 02:42 PM, Wm wrote:
I have a client who needs a good web-based calendar for their website. What
they would like is something that can display a monthly calendar online,
with a display that's large enough that you can see the events listed in
each day's box. (i.e., not just a numerical calendar but one where the event
time and title appear in the monthly view, like when you print a monthly
calendar from M$ Outlook.) They want to be able to easily edit it online,
and add recurring events easily. They would also like to be able to import
data from other calendar programs, but I'm not sure how feasible that is.
Our current setup keeps the admin interface in a protected directory, but
the calendar displays on a public page. Currently using Flat Calendar
(http://ffdb-php.sourceforge.net/). They like the appearance of the monthly
view, but would prefer being able to display a full event title and
desperately want something that's easier to update (especially for recurring
events). I'm open to a commercial product if a good open-source product
doesn't exist, particularly if it is easily integrated to our Linux server.
Anyone have any suggestions?


You may want to try this calendar class. You can customize it
presentation and table cell contents the way you want just by creating a
sub-class. Take a look at the provided example.

Class: Calendar generation class
http://www.phpclasses.org/calendargenerator


--

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

Free ready to use OOP components written in PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/

Jul 17 '05 #3
Wm
"Manuel Lemos" <ml****@acm.org> wrote in message
news:3F**************@acm.org...
Hello,
You may want to try this calendar class. You can customize it
presentation and table cell contents the way you want just by creating a
sub-class. Take a look at the provided example.

Class: Calendar generation class
http://www.phpclasses.org/calendargenerator


That looks like the numerical calendar that we didn't want. We want a larger
table that displays the event time and title on the calendar.
(http://www.shorelineyachtclub.com/calendar.php)

Wm


Jul 17 '05 #4
"Wm" <LA*******@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<9_**********************@news.easynews.com>. ..

That looks like the numerical calendar that we didn't want. We want a larger
table that displays the event time and title on the calendar.
(http://www.shorelineyachtclub.com/calendar.php)


** http://www.phpinsider.com/php/code/Date_Calc/
http://www.phpinsider.com/php/code/D...endarMonth.php
*** http://in2.php.net/date

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Jul 17 '05 #5
Wm wrote:
I have a client who needs a good web-based calendar for their website. What
they would like is something that can display a monthly calendar online,
with a display that's large enough that you can see the events listed in
each day's box. (i.e., not just a numerical calendar but one where the event
time and title appear in the monthly view, like when you print a monthly
calendar from M$ Outlook.) They want to be able to easily edit it online,
and add recurring events easily. They would also like to be able to import
data from other calendar programs, but I'm not sure how feasible that is.
Our current setup keeps the admin interface in a protected directory, but
the calendar displays on a public page. Currently using Flat Calendar
(http://ffdb-php.sourceforge.net/). They like the appearance of the monthly
view, but would prefer being able to display a full event title and
desperately want something that's easier to update (especially for recurring
events). I'm open to a commercial product if a good open-source product
doesn't exist, particularly if it is easily integrated to our Linux server.
Anyone have any suggestions?

Wm

P.S. Replies CC'd to LAshooter at hotmail are appreciated!


webcalendar.sourceforge.net is what I use

Jul 17 '05 #6

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