[pmwiki-users] Multiple WikiCalendar
rvisco at csdr-cde.ca.gov
Thu Sep 8 18:45:54 CDT 2005
Thanks for quick responses. In my previous email, I forgot to mention
that I want the "data" coming from dates to be seperate from each other
in multiple calendars.
For instance, I created two calendars (with (:wikilog:)
[[Calendar.Curriculum | Curriculum Calendar]]
Both calendars share the same data and data entries.
I prefer each calendars to have their own dates (different data from
each other). Am I overlooking a simple formatting for creating a group
Okay. For Curriculum Calendar, when I clicked on a date, it will go to
whereas it should be Calendar.Curriculum.20050914
Am I correct ? Am I overlooking a simple formatting for creating a
group of pages under one group header?
On Sep 8, 2005, at 4:28 PM, John Rankin wrote:
> On Friday, 9 September 2005 11:04 AM, Rene Visco
> <rvisco at csdr-cde.ca.gov> wrote:
>> I attempted to use PmCal and it doesn't work and doesn't make sense.
>> That's fine because I got the hand of Wiki Calendar. (PmCal at Hans'
>> wiki looks cool!)
>> I attempted to create two different wiki calendars. It doesn't work.
>> Why do I want to create multiple wiki calendars? It's because I'm
>> working in a school which each department can have their own
>> calendar/schedule which is irrelevant to others.
> The current design supports multiple calendars, using a separate
> group for each calendar.
> So, create MyCalendar.GroupHeader with a (:wikilog:) directive
> and a similar YourCalendar.GroupHeader
> You can combine news from multiple calendars too, if you need to,
> with the (:wikilog Group.HomePage:) option, say on a News.Headlines
> Also, the Wiki Calendar takes care of the long date issue Hans raised
> earlier, which I see he solved another way. All dates of the form
> yyyy-mm-dd are expanded into long format. The '-' character is
> Hope this helps.
> John Rankin
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