JEvents 1.5 (No longer actively supported)

Include category calendar in content

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Postby goggel » Tue May 12, 2009 8:52 am


I guess this has already been answered but I just can´t find the answer when I´ve searched in the forums.

Is it possible to display the big monthly calendar in an content article showing just one of my categorys?

For ex. this: ... =05&day=13

I want that view included on this page: ... &Itemid=73

So I don´t have to write the dates manually.

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Postby Geraint » Tue May 12, 2009 9:20 am

There's no easy way to show the full calendar within a content item.

BUT you could include a module in the content item e.g. a latest events module for a specific category.

Create a special module poisition or choose one that is not used in your template layout (e.g. called specialposition), put a latest events module in it and then load the module in the article using {loadpostition specialposition}

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Postby goggel » Tue May 12, 2009 4:33 pm


It was just what I needed.

It could have looked a little bit better with the large calendar but this is good enough!

You´re doing a great job!!

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