Why don't I see my events on my published calendar?
Why does my public calendar show Google Ads?
Why is my calendar cut off on the bottom?
When Does my Subscription Expire?
How long until changes I've made to an event are shown on my public calendar?
How can I sync my Outlook or Google calendar with localendar?
Can I add a link from localendar back to my site?
Do I need web page to share my calendar with others?
What is the URL of my calendar?
How can I add a link to my calendar?
How can I put my calendar in a frame?
Can I change the format and style of the calendar on my web page?
Can I have multiple calendars?
How can I have my calendar display events for a specific date?
How do I change or delete an event?
How do I enter a multi-day event?
How do I enter a multi-day event that repeats?
Why do I need to supply a location and category for Published events?
Can anyone else see my private events?
Can I send multiple reminders for an event?
Can I send reminders to multiple e-mail addresses?
Can I let visitors add events to a public calendar?
Can I change the size of the pop-up Event Details window?
Why didn't I get an email for X? (event reminders, visitor-added event, forgotten password, etc)
Can I add a title to my calendar?
How do I change the colors of my calendar?
How do I change the colors of my events?
Can I include HTML in my calendar?
Can I customize my Public Calendar's CSS?
Can I view an Event's title and description at the same time (like a Newspaper view)?
How can I include pictures in my calendar?
Can I add a hit counter to my calendar?
Were they marked as Private on the Event Editor? Only events marked as Public will be shown on your public calendar view. Double-check the events setting from the Event Editor. If you want all events you add to default to either Public or Private, you can change this setting under Options on the Events tab.
Another reason you may not see events you have recently added (even if they have been saved as Public) is because your web browser might be caching an old version of the page. You can try pressing Ctrl+F5 to force your browser to reload the page, or you can clear your browser's cache by following these instructions.
Free subscriptions are supported by Google ads which appear on the various public calendar views. Any subscription removes all ads from your public calendar. A small 'powered by localendar.com' label always appears at the bottom of public calendars. (also see, Remove Calendar Ads)
The subscription expiration date of your calendar is always displayed on the localendar menu.
This happens instantly. If you make changes to an event are don't see the update immediately, you may wish to try clearing your browser's cache.
Please see the documentation on Importing and Exporting from localendar
Yes; you can add custom HTML to your calendar's title or footer (set under General Options) to do this.
Not at all. You can create a calendar on our site, and distribute the address of the calendar to as many people as you want. For example, many clubs maintain a calendar on localendar.com and publish its url on their newsletters for anyone to view.
Please refer to the page, Your Calendar's URL and Parameters
If you want to add a link to your calendar from your web page, you can modify the following HTML example:
If you want the calendar to open in a different window, then the HTML is slightly different:
For more url options, please refer to Your Calendar's URL and Parameters
In the HTML page where you specify your Frameset, you need to add the address of your calendar as the source of the frame where you want it to display. For example, to put your calendar in the Frame called "main", you would use the following HTML:
You can also use the localendar Publish Wizard to generate the HTML for using your calendar in an <iframe>
You can create as many calendars as you want. You just need to create a different Sign-On for each one from the localendar homepage. You can also combine multiple calendars using our Merge functionality.
You can specify a starting date for displaying events on your calendar. To do this, you just need to add a start_date parameter. For example:http://www.localendar.com/sample?style=M1&start_date=12/1/2015
Please see the instructions on this page.
Please see the instructions on this page.
A Public event is visible to anyone who looks at your public calendar view.
When you mark an event as Published, it is also added to the searchable localendar database. When people come to localendar and perform a search, the location and category of your event helps us tell them what kinds of events are happening near them.
If you are marking an event as Published, make sure to provide enough information (directions, cost, etc) in your description so that people can find your event! Writing something like "By the big tree" won't help someone who is unfamiliar with your location know how to find you.
No. Events that you designate as private can only be viewed after signing in with the member name and password you selected when you joined localendar.
While you can send a reminder to multiple addresses, you can only send them for a single time. You cannot, for example, be reminded of a meeting 1 day before and then 15 minutes before it occurs.
Yes. Please read the instructions for Setting up Reminders.
Yes; you can configure this feature under Options,General.
The pop-up does have a default size, but you can change that with a little script. You can only change it for all of the pop-ups; you cannot have different sized windows for different events.
Add the following code to the Common Event Information under Options,Events
That will make the pop-up window re-size when it's opened. You can customize the numbers in the script to suit your needs.
The most common reason for not receiving an email is because it was mistakenly sent to your spam/junk folder. Always check their first if you are missing an email from @localendar.com
If you don't see the message there, you may also want to check with your ISP to make sure they are not filtering email from localendar.com for any reason.
You can add a title or footer to your calendar under Options,General.
You can add a title or footer to your calendar under Options,Colors.
Yes. See the Tips and Tricks for Events page for some examples.
Yes. Several calendar view styles support this format. Please check out the Gallery of Calendar Styles.
There are several places you can include images in localendar:
- On your own Events
- As part of your calendar's background.
- In your calendar's title or footer (using custom HTML)
A Group calendar is just like a normal calendar. First, create a member name for your group and then add and edit events. The members of your group can access that calendar at your public address, or you can publish the calendar to your group’s web page. We are currently developing additional options for people who want to allow different members of the group to have different privileges.
Only people who know your localendar member name and password can sign-on and edit your calendar. If you share this information with members of your group, they will be able to maintain your calendar.
Some members choose to let each contributor have their own individual localendar account and then merge these separate accounts into a single view. Click here to learn more about merging calendars.
Yes, a group calendar can contain both types of events. Keep in mind that only public events are shown when you access a calendar by its address. You must always sign-in to view Private events.
Cobranding will let you give visitors to the ability to create and edit their own personal calendars. Learn more about it on this page.
In order to provide the fastest response time for your cobranded members, localendar loads your cobranding color preferences only once, when each of your visitors first arrives at the site. It then "remembers" these settings until the user closes their browser. If you've recently changed your cobranding color preferences and they don't seem to be taking effect immediately, close your browser and then reopen it.
Please refer to the Changing your Password page.
Please refer to the Changing your Member Logon Name page