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Events Calendar > Installation

Integrating Events Calendar To Your Web Page
Step 1 : Create new PHP page Create a web page where you would like to publish your calendar. Save the web page file with .php extension, say, for example calendar.php. * Note: You can put th...

Installing Events Calendar 4.0
You can choose to download only the Events Calendar Component or the entire One Admin Suite. Before installing, we recommend you to take a look at System Requirements. Your web host must have PHP i...

Events Calendar > Tutorials

Display each event type to different web page (v4.1.1)
Here are the guidelines on how you can display different event types to different web pages. Let's say you would like to do show Type A on the typeA.php page, while displaying Type B on typeB.p...

How do I edit an existing event?
Login to your One Admin control panel. You should see a list of events. To narrow down the list to a niche events, you can either pick a time interval, type in the events title or select...

Events Calendar > Upgrade Instructions

How do I upgrade Events Calendar to my desired version?
Please refer to the Products Upgrade section, http://www.comdevweb.com/upgrade.php for detailed upgrade info. In this section, you will be able to download the upgraded files, a...

Events Calendar > Troubleshooting

I have been unable to make the calendar work in my website. Whenever I choose a different view, like month view, it goes to a template version and does not maintain my website's look.
The reason for that is because you have not defined your front end URL in the Preference page. Here's what you need to do: Log in to your One Admin page. Click on the Events Calendar ic...

Unknown(common_footer.inc) error on Yahoo web server.
Problem:   The One Admin installation seems to be working fine, but I have the following code at the bottom of the page:   Warning: Unknown(common_footer.inc): failed to open...