When I try to view the page I get an error "Error, content did not load." Was absolutely everything supposed to go into public_html? Seems sloppy. I usually put css into a css folder, images into an image folder, includes into an include folder etc.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
everything went to public_html. not my choice. it just went there.
That calendar.html should be uploaded to the directory where you want to display your calendar. (public_html is fine.) Then the calendar directory also needs to be in that directory (public_html). All the other calendar files and directories need to stay in that calendar directory or the program will not know how to find them.
So, the only 2 things that will show in your public_html will be the calendar.html and the calendar directory.
Hope this helps. Let us know if you still need more help.
1. Icant go to next or previous page;
2. the colors of the event are mixed;
3 it's messing up the text color of my links. i use yellow and the calendar uses black.
thank you again
I don't know what has happened to the two days off thing, sorry. But maybe it will correct itself if you do as I suggested.
NOTE: It's important that you make your changes in the css file of the theme before you start, NOT after you have created a calendar.
My work in progress:
Components for Site Designer and the HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com
Got one BIG problem left. see
All my appointments are off the grid at the bottom of the page.
I made the width 900 not 700, the height 50 not 70, and changed the top red design of the theme to #874100.
Any help getting my data back on the screen would be realy appreciated.
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