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  2. All feeds from published calendars in Trumba, including the JSON feeds, must originate from the Trumba domain as the event data is stored on the Trumba servers. Thanks, Steve
  3. Hi All... I am working on Schema for my website. As of now, I can retrieve my json with the trumba domain : https://www.trumba.com/calendars/xxx123.json ; I need to have it come from my domain: How can I accomplish this: https://www.MyDomain.com/calendars/xxx123.json or being able to to the same for any of the other feeds? and, ...Has anyone been successful with your trumba calendar and Structured Data? Thanks, Norman
  4. hello... i'm trying to create a filter view to go to our Events calendar like so: http://192.168.20.81/events?trumbaEmbed=search%3D[key]|Events notice i have encoded the equal(=) sign to %3D. however Trumba is interpreting the % sign as data and is encoding that to %25. so when i try to search with keyword holiday, my url is ending up to be http://192.168.20.81/events?trumbaEmbed=search%253Dholiday. therefore, my filter is not working. can anyone offer any advice to resolve this? thank you. ee-tee
  5. When you publish your calendar, Trumba generates JSON feeds (in addition to the feeds already supported (RSS, XML, CSV, and ICS). http://www.trumba.com/help/api/customfeeds.aspx
  6. You can click the Preview button at the bottom of the Add Event form to see a preview of the detail page for a new event. You can update the event information and preview the results as often as needed prior to saving the event. For more information, go to http://www.trumba.com/help/event.aspx
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