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Using Trumba with your own website

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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.

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You can publish calendars separately or mixed in, depending on the audience. An example, a spiritual organization publishes all the church events together, but then can also choose to publish a youth calendar or a women's calendar.

If the way embedded calendars behave is close to the results you want to achieve on your own site, then perhaps you could check out the help topic on embedding.

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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?

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