14 Jan 2009 (Ver 2.2)
* Calendar now supports hrs, mins and images.
* Add ‘order by’ to sql statements.
* Made admin area more user friendly but still very basic.
* Displaying multiple calendars in one page is now very easy to achieve (See demo).
* Improve logic flow and fix typos.
PHP Quick Calendar V2.2 Updates
14 Jan 2009 (Ver 2.2)
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- PHP Quick Calendar V2.5 Updates:
* Fixed minor bug relating to event date not displaying in order. Like it.? Share it:Tweet
- Installing Quick Calendar:
Installing the quick calendar is easy. Follow the steps below: Make sure your have LAMP running. If using PHP 4, need to have magic_quote off. Check that the php directive short_open_tag is 1 (editable via php.ini or .htaccess). The phpinfo() function reveals all your settings. Download the source code from here Unzip the downloaded code … Continue reading
- Online Calendar Using PHP and AJAX Update 1:
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- PHP Quick Calendar V2.4 Updates:
* Thanks kirk for suggesting a bunch of changes. I have implemented quite a few – too wordy to describe them here. If you are interested, see the evolt comments that kirk837 has written. * Added category to events. This impacted the code and query quite abit. * Added sms and emailing capability. Email alert … Continue reading
- Software Architecture:
- Quick Calendar: Using Other DB Instead of MYSQL:
Using other DB instead of MYSQ is straight forward because mysql built-in functions are only used in 3 areas. The SQL are not perculiar to MYSQL and should be compatible with any other DB. 1. In config.php (about line 20 to 27), change the mysql functions there, ie instead of ‘mysql_connect’, use ‘pg_connect’ for example. … Continue reading
- Creating Your Own Theme:
1. Under themes, duplicate the skeleton theme and give a new theme name to the new directory created. 2. In view/calendar.css, replace all style name with .yourtheme. 3. In view/longdesc.css, replace all style name with .yourtheme_longdesc. 4. Change the class name in both model/Calendar.php and model/Longdesc.php to QCalendarYourtheme and LongdescYourtheme. 4. Now the big headache, … Continue reading
- PHP Quick Calendar V2.3 Updates MVC Implemented:
17 Jan (Ver 2.3) * Made changes to DB. There are different types of link now. * Implemented full MVC architecture. Well, you can’t escape from not using for-loop but at least everything is more organised. That is why rendering calendar can be complicated. At least the view file looks manageable. * Major rename of … Continue reading
- Quick Calendar officially known as ‘PHP Quick Calendar’:
I was thinking of a good name for the calendar. I decided to use a functional name, “PHP Quick Calendar”. Well, doesn’t sound too cool, does it? I have also package it under GNU license. I am in the process of doing another template and will release for download soon. Like it.? Share it:Tweet