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Resize width of the Main calendar spud

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I'm trying to add a calendar to my blog. I'm using the basic two column layout for my blog and I'd like to have my calendar on the side panel.

Unfortunately, the max pixel size I can make my column is 300 pixels and I can't see that I can make my spud smaller. Is there a way that I'm just not seeing?

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All of the Trumba spuds will confine to the container (DIV, Table, etc) size that you set up on your web page. Another idea for you is to select Publish and then preview the various Calendar spuds, Control Spuds and Promotion Spuds. In the preview window you can resize the window and it will also indicate the width in pixels at the top of the screen so you can get a good sense of what this will look like in a container of that width on your webpage. All spuds can vary depending on the type of calendar view you select and other specific settings you may set for each spud.

Unfortunately if you are trying to place a main calendar spud in a container that is only 300 pixels wide you will be limited on what will display. Many of the Control spuds can fit into containers that are less than 200 pixels. If you continue to have an issue with this, feel free to emailĀ support@corp.trumba.com and I can take a look at your account and spuds.

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