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  1. Yeah, that's a way to do it, but I still need a search engine-friendly calendar. Making it search engine friendly is the most holistic solution, rather than accommodating work-arounds that can be tedious to maintian over time. That type of technique is also known as "cloaking" and can get you in trouble with SEO. Sites have been banned from search engines for doing that. Thanks for the advice.
  2. I just embedded a test calendar into a web page. Everything looks good, but when I "view source code" all the calendar information is javascript, which is not good for search engines.
  3. I'm so excited to have found this product, it seems like it's the cure my website needs. I own an online event guide, sorted by locality (New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, etc.) Here's what I need: 1. Ability for my visitors to be able to submit events through a form to any of the local calendars 2. Ability for me, the owner, to review all submissions before they are actually published. Is this possible with this product?
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