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This page was created on 26-Aug-2003 11:30 by FrancoisParlant

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In 2.2 you can do it by saying [[{SET template='weblogtemplate'}] on your weblog page. This allows you to have different templates: one with the calendar and one without the calendar (for normal wiki pages). You can also do the same thing with stylesheets...
-- JanneJalkanen
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!I'd like to use the Calendar not only for blogs
-- [MDeichsel]\\
[CalendarExample.png]\\
In my wiki-installation I would like to add 'blog-entries' to days in the past or in the future (like a normal calendar) not only for the current day. I know that you can do this by editing the URL but I was looking for a more convenient method.
For this reason I've done some minor modifications:
* remove the condition that restricts the calendar-navigation to the current date.
* changed the implementation of ''getDayLink()''. The main goal of this change is that days without existing blog-entry are rendered using an anchor-tag whose ''onDblClick''-event is used to switch to the edit-view for the blog-entry of this date. So a double-click will create a new blog-entry for the relevant day.
{{{
private String getDayLink(Calendar day)
{
WikiEngine engine = m_wikiContext.getEngine();
StringBuffer result = new StringBuffer();
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Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
cal.set(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY, 0);
cal.set(Calendar.MINUTE, 0);
cal.set(Calendar.SECOND, 0);
cal.set(Calendar.MILLISECOND, 0);
Date today = cal.getTime();
cal.add(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, 1);
Date tomorrow = cal.getTime();
String pagename =
m_pageFormat != null ? m_pageFormat.format(day.getTime()) : null;
String url =
m_urlFormat != null ? m_urlFormat.format(day.getTime()) : null;
StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
sb.append("days");
int weekDay = day.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_WEEK);
if (weekDay == Calendar.SATURDAY || weekDay == Calendar.SUNDAY)
{
sb.append("Weekend");
}
boolean isToday =
!day.getTime().before(today) && day.getTime().before(tomorrow);
if (isToday)
{
sb.append("Today");
}
result.append("<td class=\"");
if ((pagename != null && engine.pageExists(pagename)) || url != null)
{
sb.append("Link");
}
result.append(sb.toString()).append("\"><a");
if (pagename != null && engine.pageExists(pagename))
{
if (url != null)
{
result.append(" href=\"").append(url).append("\"");
}
else
{
result.append(" href=\"").append(
engine.getViewURL(pagename)).append(
"\"");
}
}
else if (pagename == null && url != null)
{
result.append(" href=\"").append(url).append("\"");
}
else
{
if (pagename != null)
{
result
.append(" onDblClick=\"javascript:document.location.replace('")
.append(engine.getEditURL(pagename))
.append("')\"");
}
}
result.append(">").append(day.get(Calendar.DATE));
result.append("</a></td>");
return result.toString();
}
}}}
* Add some styles to ''jsswiki.css''
{{{
/* ----- For the CalendarTag -----------------------------*/
TABLE.calendar {
padding: 4;
spacing: 4;
color: white;
text-align: center;
}
TD.month { font-weight: bold; }
TD.weekdays { font-size: 85%; }
TD.days { background: #9999aa; }
TD.daysWeekend { background: #ccccee; }
TD.daysToday { background: #9999aa; border-style: solid; border-color: #dd2222;}
TD.daysWeekendToday { background: #ccccee; border-style: solid; border-color: #dd2222;}
TD.daysLink { background: #dddddd; }
TD.daysWeekendLink { background: white; }
TD.daysTodayLink { background: #dddddd; border-style: solid; border-color: #dd2222;}
TD.daysWeekendTodayLink { background: white; border-style: solid; border-color: #dd2222;}
TD.othermonth { color: #707070;
font-size: 75%; }
}}}
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!Question: How can i get the calendar to show >> to next month.
When viewing the current month, I would like the calendar to show << and >> but currently it only has a link to past dates (Imagine today is April & look at the atached png). \\
thanks
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