[Linux4christians] HTML Calendar
david at fierbaugh.org
Mon May 2 09:48:52 EDT 2005
The new Linux Journal (June 2005) has a pretty good intro to iCalendar files,
and explains how to implement them over the web. It's not a full fledged
start-to-finish howto, but more of an intro, with some example code.
It's not a guide to a finished product, but might be useful reading.....
On Monday 25 April 2005 09:26 am, mowestusa wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm new to the list. I found out about this list from
> listening to the Linux Link Tech Show and going to
> Linc's home page.
> I have a church website, that is simple HTML pages. I
> have figured out how to host this on a Linux box
> connected to our church's DSL connection.
> I would like a better way to do the church's calendar.
> Right now I have a program on Windows that I use where
> I enter events and then it makes a nice looking HTML
> with Tables calendar. However, I have to enter each
> event and it doesn't have a repeat event feature,
> which would save me time. I of course would like to
> get all of my web editing off of Windows as well.
> Do any of you have suggestions for a program on Linux
> that could make a nice HTML calendar for me and maybe
> includes the opportunity to use repeating events?
> (This would have to run on a low resource machine.
> Pentium III 500mhz with 128 megs of ram. Running
> Slackware with XFCE, but it does have the GTK 2
> I know another option would be to set up a PHP
> calendar with access through a web browser. However,
> I'm a raw newbie to web servers and Linux. If someone
> could direct me to a 10-20 page simple instruction to
> get LAMP running and how to install a PHP calendar
> program easily, I'm all ears. This is not a high
> traffic site, and I don't think it ever will be. I'm
> doing it more for the members and for people who ask
> for more information about our local congregation. We
> are just a small rural church out in the farm fields.
> I would also like to keep the costs down, that's why I
> haven't considered one of the web based calendars that
> you have to pay a fee for each month.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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