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The Save as Web Page feature can be used to easily add a read-only calendar to your website. The look-and-feel of the generated web pages will be similar to the main window, including color-coding and a "Details" area which shows detailed information about a clicked item. This feature makes it easy to share your calendars with other people, regardless of the calendar software they are using. All they'll need to see your calendar is a web browser. Also, since the generated output is simple HTML, integration into websites is very straightforward. There are no scripts or other dependencies to install.

Below is an example the generated output using the default settings, as viewed in Google Chrome.


To generate your calendar to a web page, click the "Save as Web Page (HTML)" commando on the File menu or main toolbar. When commanded, the Save As Web Page window will appear. The window will remember any previous settings and initialize those as defaults. The Content tab can be used to adjust the date range and output settings.

Date Range

Fields at the top of the Content tab allow selection of the desired beginning and ending date range. You could generate web pages for a single month or several years - there's no limit. To specify the date range, type in a date or click the drop-down button to select from a calendar. Only the month is used, so you can specify any day of the month.

Show Legend and Details

You can optionally include 'Details' and 'Legend' areas of the generated output. The Details area will show information about clicked events, similar to the Details Pane. The Legend area will show color-coding. The content of the Legend and the color-coding of events will depend on whether the main window is configured to color events based on calendar, category, priority, or location. Also, events that are filtered from being displayed in the main window will also be filtered from the generated output. For example, if you have a personal calendar that you don't want other people to see, you could uncheck that calendar's box in the calendar list prior to saving to a web page.

Output Folder

You can specify the output folder by typing in a full path or clicking the "..." button to select the path. This will usually be a location on your local computer, which you could then upload to your website using an FTP program. When the "Clean output folder" box is checked, any existing HTML files in the output path will be deleted. A warning message will appear before existing HTML files are removed, in case you accidentally specify the wrong output path or prefer to keep the previous files in addition to the newly generated ones. When the calendar web pages are generated, you'll see a separate HTML file for each month, as well as a "Details" subdirectory containing information for each event.

Open Generated Web Page in Browser

When this box is checked, the generated web page (for the first month selected in the date range) will automatically open in your default web browser. You can use this to ensure the generated output matches what you expect.


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