Do you need to publish your personal website
calendar on the Internet for others to view?
If you are short on space but want to display
a website calendar or website schedule on
your website, check out our new flash website
calendar. It's very small, sized at 211x241
and is a cool way to display your personal
events in an organized calendar.
This calendar is very easy to use. There's
no need for php, sql or any type of programming.
It's quick and easy to add this website calendar
to your existing html website. Simply edit
the text administration file with your text
(no html, no graphics) events, upload the
website calendar to your website and view
the website calendar in your web browser.
The current day is automatically highlighted.
If an event occurs for a particular day the
day will be highlighted and will be a clickable
link. When you click on an event you can read
the event details which has scrollable text
about the event. When finished reading about
the event, click on the "x" in the
upper right hand side of the website calendar
to close the event details. Click the left
and right arrows to scroll from month to month.
That's way too easy!!!
Each flash calendar is guaranteed to match
your website because you can customize just
about everything in the calendar. You can
Add events for multiple years
Normal date color
Event date color
Current date color
Empty cell color
Month/year background color
Event viewer background color
Normal text color
Event text color
Current text color
Day text color
Event viewer text color
Month/year text color
Closer border color
Arrow mouseover color
Scroller mouseover color
Closer background color
Knowledge of Macromedia Flash is not required.
English is the only language supported by
the calendar. Upon purchase you will receive
Flash SWF file (uneditable), web page containing
the calendar code and basic instructions for
setting up the calendar on your website.
In order to view the calendar you will need
to ensure you have the latest version of Flash
installed in your web browser. You can check
to see if you have the latest version of Flash
by right clicking on the gallery and selecting
"about". You should have at least version