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It would be great to see the calendar in action. Post your links here (preferably direct to the calendar). I may well add these links to a page in the actual Ajax Availability Calendar website if I consider them to be interesting implementations (ie due to the styling or for actual use)

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Postby rcph » Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:49 pm

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Re: My real site

Postby chris » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:06 pm

Thanks for the links :)
It is great to see this new version in use and you have adapted the css well to fit your web design.

Any chance of a copy of the translation? - opps, just spotted it in the languages subforum. Thanks :)

Is the "green" state missing a text on purpose?

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Re: My real site

Postby rcph » Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:44 am

thank you ;)

...yes, text is not there on purpose, because I still do not know what to use.

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Postby rcph » Sat Nov 07, 2009 8:09 pm

image:
Image

setting css:
Code: Select all
.cal_month ul li.booked_am,
.cal_month ul li.booked_pm,
.cal_month ul li.booked_rot,
.cal_month ul li.booked_pr_am,
.cal_month ul li.booked_pr_pm,
.cal_month ul li.booked_booked_pr,
.cal_month ul li.booked_pr_booked{
   background-image:url("/calendar/images/bg_days.gif");
   }   

.cal_month ul li.booked_am      {   background-position: 320px top;   }
.cal_month ul li.booked_pm      {   background-position: 350px top;   }
.cal_month ul li.booked_rot      {   background-position: 35px top;   }
.cal_month ul li.booked_pr_am   {   background-position: 260px top;   }
.cal_month ul li.booked_pr_pm   {   background-position: 290px top;   }
.cal_month ul li.booked_pr_booked   {   background-position: 110px top;   }
.cal_month ul li.booked_booked_pr   {   background-position: 80px top;   }

note: booked_rot = booked rotation
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Re: My real sites

Postby rcph » Fri Apr 02, 2010 11:34 am

... I would like to see some other pages with the calendar in practice, nobody else gets done on the result of their work? :roll:
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Re: My real sites

Postby krejt » Fri Apr 02, 2010 12:40 pm

I will, as soon as my modifications are finished and the bookings up-to-date.

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Re: My real sites

Postby chris » Sat Apr 03, 2010 12:08 pm

Yes, not getting too much response to this. I still hope to have a page in the actual web to show the "calendar in use" but so far only have only been sent a couple of urls :(

That said, doing a search in google comes up with some interesting results: cbolson "availability calendar". I get 5,360 results. Admittedly many of them are for the previous version but, with over 1800 downloads of this latest version, a high proportion of them must be for version 3 :) I have clicked on a few of them but there are simply too many and, without permission from the owner, I don't think that I should link to them from my website.

1800 downloads..... now if only I had charged $1 per download..... dream on :D

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Re: My real sites

Postby rcph » Tue Apr 06, 2010 10:44 pm

Hi Chris,

yes yes ;)
... I see that many questions to solve problems, but I see no benefit in this section... pity, a great project for free, at least to share the results of work :(
...and you must consider how to proceed

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Re: My real sites

Postby chris » Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:07 pm

Yes, I need to work something out.
I am considering several possibilites:

1. Create a "pro" version with many more features.
2. Create "add-ons" for the calendar and charge for them.
3. Create an online service where people can create an account from which they can administer their calendar (including personalizing the states, number of months to show, etc. and then provide an url which they can link to and / or a method to embed the calendar via javascript in their website.

I could actually do all of the options, I am especially interested in the 3rd one as I think that a lot of people would rather not have to install things on their server. However I am aware that there are existing sites that offer this service.

The problem is, as always, time :)

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Re: My real sites

Postby rcph » Tue Apr 20, 2010 5:17 pm

Yes, I think that the online service and the possibility of using the link (option 3) would be welcomed by many people. It's a fair way and also convenient for you.

I obviously prefer to have used the source code, which you can customize for your needs.

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