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html based calendar?

anyone know of an html based calendar? something i can open in internet explorer, and maybe write my dates down in? ONLY HTML, not flash.

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ok perhaps i should have been more specific. i have a mylo and as of now, it does not support flash, swf. i would like to find some sort of edit-able html calander, a local webpage(html) file that i can open in the browser. thoughts on this? something easy....perhaps?

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That HTML code alone won't do this. Hence you'll find something behind the HTML curtain to make this all work. ie. PHP, script, code, server or other.

You can't get this in straight HTML.


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Any html-file is editable in any html-editor (varies from simple Notepad to powerful packages like Dreamweaver, with MS Word as a not really recommended alternative). And, of course, you can any other tool to edit any other file or database and generate html from it with some program code. A spreadsheet is nice for tabular data. MS Outlook is programmable in VBA. Just write some code to read the MS Outlook calender and write to a file in html-format.

But you can't edit any html in any browser. That just shows it.

I know of no dedicated calender program with the option to generate an html-file as output built in.

Hope this helps.


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