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Postby nuggetman » Sun Aug 17, 2003 4:41 am

http://www.deadkitty.org/ <~my "content" site

http://colin.deadkitty.org/ <~my blog site

http://kp.deadkitty.org/ <~my friend's photo page that i helped set up

http://www.stjosephtomsriver.org/index.htm <~parish site i'm working on (under construction, expected to be finished by labor day) - even the calendar is coranto powered
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Postby Dale Ray » Sun Aug 17, 2003 8:36 am

even the calendar is coranto powered


nuggetman:

Did you find the smccalendar script on your own or did you read the doc file on using smcCal with Coranto that I put together? If you read the doc file I was looking for some feedback.

Nice sites.
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Postby nuggetman » Sun Aug 17, 2003 1:12 pm

Dale Ray wrote:
even the calendar is coranto powered


nuggetman:

Did you find the smccalendar script on your own or did you read the doc file on using smcCal with Coranto that I put together? If you read the doc file I was looking for some feedback.

Nice sites.


i read your doc file, but therse one thing i'd like to point out. in your news style, you put spaces in it. i don't know if it was for looks or what, but when I copy and paste it i get

date^ whatever^ whatever^ <if>etc</if>^

other than that very nice job :-)
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Postby Dale Ray » Sun Aug 17, 2003 3:41 pm

nuggetman wrote:

i read your doc file, but therse one thing i'd like to point out. in your news style, you put spaces in it.




I removed the extra spaces. Thanks for the feedback.
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Postby nuggetman » Mon Aug 18, 2003 2:03 pm

Dale Ray wrote:
nuggetman wrote:

i read your doc file, but therse one thing i'd like to point out. in your news style, you put spaces in it.




I removed the extra spaces. Thanks for the feedback.


there is one thing i did differently. since i'm doing an events calendar, we obviously needed an easier way to add dates, so rather than use changedate. i made CustomField_Month (a dropdown with 01 through 12), CustomField_Day (a dropdown with 01 through 31) and CustomField_Year (a dropdown with 2003 through 2005 and 0000)
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Postby Dale Ray » Mon Aug 18, 2003 2:37 pm

nuggetman wrote:

there is one thing i did differently. since i'm doing an events calendar, we obviously needed an easier way to add dates, so rather than use changedate. i made CustomField_Month (a dropdown with 01 through 12), CustomField_Day (a dropdown with 01 through 31) and CustomField_Year (a dropdown with 2003 through 2005 and 0000)


That is a good method, and solves the problem changedatenew has with the year 0000 for recurring dates. I will add that suggestion to the doc file.
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