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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by dannyn, Oct 1, 2008.

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    I am positive there is some good free ones out there, so I am not going to hire a coder. There is no need to.
     
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    That is the exact way I found vcalendar. I was just looking for another option that maybe someone on here had used.
     
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    I am using mysqlCalendar on a site and I have just implemented it. If you want to see how it looks on my site look here. It does have a login on the calendar script but I have removed it and created my own separate login page.

    If you want to do some coding another one that I almost went with is here. Under PHP have a look at the HTML-Calendar, it is only a class so you will have to put some extra around it but I do like the mouse over for events.
     
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    That is cool, and for what you used it for it is an amazing app.
    But I am going to be linking to this, so I do not think a small little calendar would do much good with out rengineering the wheel.
    Thanks colinsp!
     
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    In that case have a look at Hotscripts. I downloaded about 30 from there before I found what I wanted. There was one that was free and excellent BUT it was large. It may have been either izeit or webcalendar, sorry i can't remember which.
     
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    Thats ok. I will try both.
    Thanks!
     
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