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Adding a Calendar to Squishdot
How-To Posted by Manuel Aristarán on Wednesday July 31, 05:38AM, 2002
from the dept.
Many weblogs display a little calendar which allows quick access to the postings of a given day within the current month
This is a little Python Script to implement that in our favorite weblog product :)

This Python Method draws a calendar of the current month, where days are linked to constructed URL. The most obvious choice is to make a link to a page that shows a lists of postings from that particular date.

Download the attached file 'calendar.py'

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    Re: Adding a Calendar to Squishdot
    by Simon on Friday August 23, 09:36AM, 2002
    Newbie tosquishdot and zope I am afraid - could someone help us get the script onto the page? I appreciate it has to be put in the squishdot folder but how is it put onto the index_html? Do I need to use a DTML script or method? Regards
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    by Manuel Aristarán on Monday August 26, 02:41AM, 2002
    It seems i uploaded an incorrect version of the calendar, which doesn't has an 'include DateTime' line at the beggining. Please, download the file attached to THIS comment to get a working version. Thank you, Manuel Aristaran http://jazzido.freezope.org Click to download attachment calendar.py
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    Re: Adding a Calendar to Squishdot
    by Jonathan Mark on Friday October 25, 05:13PM, 2002
    All this calendar script does is provide a calendar interface to a set of URLs entitled "mydomain.com/1", "mydomain.com/2", etc. The site developer is responsible for defining the pages 1, 2, etc.

    It is a worthwile script but does not provide the services that the provider described.
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