I'm looking for a way to create a calendar that can be viewed in a month overview and a list, similar to one that you may find in wordpress. I'm pretty sure Muse doesn't have that capability (yet) and so I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions for where a good place to find/tutorial to make one is?
I'm rather new to coding/websites etc., so I'm still figuring out how you could (attempt to) make one or if there's some out there already done.
Also it'd be a plus if there was a way to give the option to download to iCal or another calendar.
I did this for my Muse made website by using Google Calendars and embedding the html code into the Muse page. You can see it at http://www.learnadobesoftware.com/calendar.html to see if that will maybe work for you.
I just re-read your post and realized I didn't fully address all of your concerns.
My calendar is set up to view by month by default but the list view that you want is achieved by clicking the "agenda" tab on the upper right corner. I toyed with the idea of embedding 2 sets of the html code onto the page, one in month view and one in agenda view but decided this was overkill. It can be done though.
I also have this google calendar synced to my ical calendar so changes in ical are published immediately to the google cal and then right to my website. It works great, although it was a bit tedious to set up initially. That may be because I have a number of diferent subcalendars with different color codes.
Just thought I'd add that all as an FYI.
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Hi Michael, sorry to bother you. Im working in a project and also I have to integrate google calendar, But im having a big problem I can enable the calendar but I cant see the events unless I have my google account open. my temporal site is http://gmdesignorg.businesscatalyst.com/ please if you have time can you check my site under events and probably you can find what im doing wrong...
Thanks for your Help!!
Perhaps you have already answered this question for yourself since I was able to see events on your calendar.
If not, and there are other events, make sure those calendars are checked as 'public' on your google calendar.
Hope that helps,
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