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  1. Using Trumba with your own website

    Still working on this issue. I'm getting the following message: Calendar Not Found We're sorry but the calendar http://www.trumba.com/calendars/kids_kaleidoscope_calendar was not be found. It may have been deleted or is not yet published. For more information place see Trumba Help. Citymax.com support told me to use the following code on a single page and it should point to the hosted calendar. <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="http://www.trumba.com/k.aspx?calendar=c http://www.trumba.com/calendars/kids_kalei...</script> <noscript><a href=" http://www.trumba.com/calendars/kids_kaleidoscope_calendar ">View Calendar Online</a></noscript>
  2. Recurring events

    I swear I didn't see that! I thought I remembered seeing it and couldn't seem to find it when I was doing a test. Must have been like my 10 year old -- temporarily blinded by what was in front of me.
  3. Recurring events

    One of my events will be a story-time happening on the same day, same time, same location, every week. Do I have to enter this event for each occurance or is there an option to assign it as a repeat or recurring?
  4. Using Trumba with your own website

    Thanks! Okay, now I know how to embed. This is exactly what I need. Now, next question. I'm working with my demo and I'm having trouble mixing in all of my sub-calendars. I created quite a few. Secondly, I want users to be able to be able to select the calendar. Will that tool appear on the page when I embed it?
  5. I use citymax.com to host my website. It's a template based service that so far has met my needs EXCEPT for the calendaring option. I want to subdivide my calendars by event category so that users can choose what types of events they want to see. Their back-end interface is not the greatest either as I have to manually enter repeating events. I'd like to use Trumba, but I want it so that a viewer clicks on the calendar tab on my site and sees the calendar seemlessly -- without having to go to another site.