[EventCalendar] Use Event Calendar 3.1.2 in the index.htm file

Rick Boatright rboatright at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 15:35:02 UTC 2008


Wow, that's a LOT of hoops, but yeah, it ought to work.

On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 9:27 AM, JD Puglisi <jdpuglisi at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Silvia,
> Try this (I use this technique).
>
> 1. Take your Events category feed from WordPress and 'burn' it using
> Feedburner. EC3 works it's magic on the feed so you'll get good output.
> 2. Set up Feedburner to use BuzzBoost (on the Publicize tab). BuzzBoost
> will give you a javascript src to insert into your html document which will
> generate html. The BuzzBoost output can be customized and the generated html
> can be styled as you like it (as long as you know css).
>
> There are plenty of help sources from Feedburner on how to style BuzzBoost
> output if you want to take this route. I recommend it because you're not
> hacking WordPress nor EC3. If you use FireFox and the WebDeveloper addin,
> it's much easier to understand all the classes and ids that BuzzBoost
> provides when you view the Generated Source.
>
> Of course, you can always get the information from the ec3_schedule table
> in your WordPress database by using mysql queries.
>
> Best,
> John
> NYC
> ------------
> you can't do that.
>
> You have to have the wordpress php executing togetthe EC3 php executing.
>
> You _could_ make a template file which was JUST the events, and embedd that
> in an iframe, but basically, you can't do it.
>
> Rick
>
>
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