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  1. Using Trumba with WordPress

    Jill, Good news - I run wordpress off my own hosted site so I have control. My programming skills aren't strong so it would take me a very long time to figure out how to make this work. Could we use what they describe in their post? My struggle is I haven't spent much time programming in the last 15 years so it takes me a very long time to debug my work so that is why I was looking for some tips. Cheers, Bruce
  2. Using Trumba with WordPress

    I did a little digging and found this post in WordPress's site I have clipped a the bit out. Since I am not a web programmer any ideas of how to adapt this? Cheers, Bruce Javascript in Posts To use Javascript inside of posts in WordPress, you need to take a few more steps. Odds are that this usage is for one or only a few instances, so adding the script to the header would be unnecessary. For the occasional or one time use of Javascript, you need to put the script into a Javascript file and then call it out from within the post. Make sure that each script is defined by its function name such as: function updatepage(){var m="Page updated "+document.lastMo.......} To include a Javascript inside a post, you need to combine both the call to the script file with the call to the Javascript itself. <script type="text/javascript" src="/scripts/updatepage.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> <!-- updatepage(); //--></script> If the src attribute of your javascript tag is being stripped out you need to turn off the rich editor (from the dashboard go to Users > Personal Options). If you are using the rich editor the javascript tag's src attribute may be stripped out even when manually editing in the HTML popup window.
  3. I have tried the main calendar spud in a Wordpress blog. No Joy. I surfed the forum and found out about ChenEditor for WordPress, installed that, still no joy. This works.... <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.trumba.com/k.aspx?calendar=ie_MY_CALENDAR"></script> But this doesn't (copied from the Trumba Publish Control Panel).... <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.trumba.com/scripts/spuds.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $Trumba.addSpud({ webName: "ie_MY_CALENDAR", spudType : "main" }); </script> I want to use the spud so I can add the mix in spud and the spud option. Any ideas what I should try next?
  4. Mixed-in calenders published by others

    We figured it out late Sunday night. They were using the wrong email address for me. The joys of trying to make things work. Making progress towards my goal. I went through the publisher control panel to get the code for displaying calendars, pasted it in, published the page and nothing. Now to figure out how to get Wordpress to display the calendar. I suffer from the curse of knowing it can be done but not knowing enough to make it happen quickly. :-0
  5. Mixed-in calenders published by others

    I gave the guys some instructions and when they get to STEP4 they can only "can view events" or "cancel sharing". "can view and republish" is not an option. Any ideas? STEP1 STEP2 STEP3 STEP4
  6. Is it possible to provide a mixed-in view of 3 calendars that are all published by others? We each have our own Trumba accounts and public calendars. I want people to be able to check availability of all three of us getting together while viewing our calendars on our website. Any thoughts? Regards, Bruce