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jcal: Customizable calendar with events stored in MySQL

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Version License Categories
jcal 1.0.0FreewareHTML, Time and Date
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This class can generate a fully customizable calendar in HTML that can integrate information of events that happen in certain dates with the details stored in a MySQL database table.

It outputs the calendar of a given month as an HTML table with possibility to configure the size, colors, font size and titles of the calendar table cells.

It also generates links to allow the navigation between the pages that display the calendar of different months.

This uses a mysql table to access the data and a style script for look. Also allows for month to month navigation.

Additional scripts are provided to edit and present the details of events of the days that should appear marked in the calendar of the respective month.

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Name: Jamie McCoard <contact>
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File Role Description
Plain text file calendar.class.php Class Class file
Plain text file Aux. mysql connection file
Plain text file jcal.css Data Style Sheet
Plain text file jcal.php Example Configuration Script
Plain text file jcaladd.php Appl. Add Calendar Content
Plain text file jcalday.php Appl. Display Day Content
Plain text file jcal_readme.txt Data Help File

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