Calendar Feed Example

Your page must have a .php (not .html) extension in order to use a calendar feed.

Above doctype, please include:

<?php require_once('/export/home/ocpa/public_html/msucommon/scriptsv2/cal/simplefeed.php'); ?>

Calling the function

Call the function within your code in the same place your events should be output.

<?php returnCalFeed(calendarID,numberEvents,fullDate,desciption,nullmsg) ?>
Example: <?php returnCalFeed(5,10,0,1,1) ?>


5 = calendar feed ID
10 = maximum number of events (limit 10)
0 = simple date with time / 1 = full date, no time
1 = description enabled / 0 = no description
1 = null message enabled / 0 = null message disabled (If there are no events to display it will display "No events at this time")

Additionally, the module can be completely styled with CSS

 

Examples



returnCalFeed(7,5);

returnCalFeed(7);

returnCalFeed(7,5,1,0);

returnCalFeed(7,5,1,1);

returnCalFeed(5,10,0,1);

returnCalFeed(94,10,0,1,0);

returnCalFeed(94,10,0,1);
  • No events at this time