Web Calendar on a separate page in my...

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I am trying to publish Web Calendar to its own page in my website, www.claymoreclydesdales.com, and I apparently did something wrong. In Dreamweaver when I preview in Firefox it seems to work but when I try it for real in Firefox I get nothing. Same with IE and Opera. I'm pretty sure I don't have some of the HTML in the right place ( it's in calendar.html which should be its own page) but I'm not sure where it should go. Ack!!!

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Your caledar files don't seem to be uploaded. In the directory http://www.claymoreclydesdales.com/calendar/ you have you calendar.html file. You should also a /calendar directory there containing the files 1-xxxx.html thru 12-xxxx.html for 1-2014.html thru 12-2014.html Your dates may vary depending on how you made your calendar. They may go 3-2014.html thru 2-2015.html

Either way, check for the calendar directory, inside your calendar directory and add those files.
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Your missing the html files.
http://www.claymoreclydesdales.com/cale … -2014.html
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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I probably have things at the wrong folder level. I renamed one calendar folder to driving_calendar to differentiate it from the other calendar folder. In that folder I have the calendar folder which contains the images folder,the javascript folder, the stylesheets folder and calendar.html. The stylesheets folder contains the monthly html files. Now I'm getting Page Not Found. Sheesh.

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Upload all the files in the same directory structure as they are generated by the Web calender.
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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The calendar.html and the /calendar folder with all it's files and folders needs to be uploaded to the folder on your server where the calendar will appear. So, if it's a main page then upload to your root. If you have a different page in a different directory, then those files need to be uploaded there.

If you are trying to upload 2 different calendars to the same directory (your root for example) that won't work. Move the page with the second calendar to another directory and link your menu to it. Then upload the second calendar files there and you should be in business. Hope this helps. :cool:
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I have attached a png screenshot of the directory that the calendar is in and a txt file of calendar.html. I have fiddled around some with the html file but I'm not sure about the Web Calendar basics. I am definitely an amateur html coder. Thank you for your assistance.

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Don't fiddle with the code. You've uploaded the files to the wrong directory. The calendar.html file should be here.. www.claymoreclydesdales.com

Change the link to the calendar to this... http://www.claymoreclydesdales.com/calendar.html

Your calendar will then work.
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I'm sorry but I am not sure where I am supposed to change the link. My index.html file correctly points to the calendar.html file and I get the title that I wanted and the logo shows up when I preview in Firefox but instead of the calendar I get Error, content did not load. So I am thinking that something should go after <div id="cc_webcalendar"> and before <p>Error, content did not load.</p> but I am not sure what.

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No matter how you 'fiddle' with the code your calendar is not going to show up until you put the files in the directories that the calendar creator put them in. The calendar.html DOES NOT go into the directory with the monthly calendar files. It will not work. I know your link to the calendar.html file is correct, but that file is in the WRONG directory. It needs to be moved and the link changed. This will solve your problem.

I'm sorry but I am not sure where I am supposed to change the link.

That link is in the index.html file. It needs to be changed as I stated in my previous posts, but only AFTER you have moved the calendar.html file to the correct directory as I stated above. :cool:
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