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Events Calendar : Getting Started : Web Page Integration

One of our product uniqueness is we made our scripts capable to fit into your existing web design.

Before   After Integration

1. Create New PHP Page

Create a PHP page where you would like to publish your calendar. Save the web page file with .php extension, such as calendar.php. You can put the file in any directory on the server.

2. Find the Document Path

To ensure that your Events Calendar works regardless the location of the PHP page, you will need to add your server's Document Path to all the PHP include codes.

To find the Document Path, open the


file with your text editor, and note down the value for $path["docroot"]. Let's assume the Document Path is C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/

3. Include config.php, session.php and css.php

Insert the codes below to your PHP page to call the






. This will load all the necessary database connection, program libraries and CSS.

To do this, open the calendar.php file with text editor, and put it to the

topmost line (line 1)

of the PHP file, without any preceded character.

  include_once ("C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/config.php");

  include_once ("C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/common/session.php");
  include_once ("C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/common/css.php");

4. Include Events Calendar Menu, Upcoming Events and Content

a. To display upcoming events in your website:-

<?php include("C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/calendar/home.upcoming.php"); ?>
b. To display event types and search in the menu area:-

<?php include("C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/calendar/"); ?>
c. To display the calendar in content area:-

<?php include("C:/wwwroot/user/myadmin/calendar/home.calendar.php"); ?>
Save your web page file and upload it via FTP.

5. View Integration Result

Now, proceed to your web page URL, eg: http://your-domain-name/calendar.php to view your Events Calendar front-end integration result.

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