Event Calendar 2Create your own event calendar using this script. Just add in your special dates make a few selctions and your done. The calendar can be printed or saved as an html document.
Event input suggestions: If the event has an explanation, give it a brief title, followed by a colon (:), followed by the explanation. Separate events by typing <br> between the end of one event and the beginning of the next event (this puts the new event on its own line). HTML codes for bold and italic will also work.
To save the calendar that you have just made to your hard-drive, do the following steps:
(Using Windows Operating Systems)
1) Use the mouse to "right click" on the calendar page you just created.
2) In the popup list choose "View Source" or "View Page Source."
3) A little text file will open up - click on "File" in the toolbar of that new file.
4) Select "Save As" - Use the "Save in" dropdown window to find a good place on your hard-drive to save the file in so you can find it later.
5) While still in the Save As window, give the file a name like "January2003.html" (make sure to use the quotes around the file name and include the .html or .htm inside the quotes).
6) Click "Save" button.
7) Go to the directory that you saved the html file in.
8) Right click on the file and use the "Open With" to find your browser type.
9) If you have a newer version of Word on your computer, you may also be able to open the document in Word (after it has been saved). In Word, you can edit information that you might want changed on the calender at a later date (something you can't easily do with an html file). To do this, to highlight the calendar (Edit -> Select All + Edit -> Copy) and paste it into a new Word document window. Not all computers have the newer Word versions, so this last choice may not work for everyone.
Simply click inside the window below, use your cursor to highlight the script, and copy (type Control-c or Apple-c) the script into a new file in your text editor (such as Note Pad or Simple Text) and save (Control-s or Command-s). The script is yours!!!