View Full Version : Calendar Archive Addon
10-20-2004, 12:08 PM
Just uploaded a new addon, I think it's cool.
It's another way of displaying your archive, in the form of an calendar.
Have a look at my site if you want to know how it looks like, click back a few months to see some more images posted, recently I haven't posted that many entries :(
Pixelpunk Calendar (http://www.pixelpunk.se/index.php?x=calarchive)
June 2004 (http://www.pixelpunk.se/index.php?x=calarchive&curr_month=6&curr_year=2004 )
Download it from the pixelpost main page.
10-20-2004, 01:44 PM
*edit* works great
10-21-2004, 06:23 AM
that looks awesome.. havent downloaded it, b ut how does it handle multiple posts on the same date
10-21-2004, 06:47 AM
found out the answer. many thanks.
11-03-2004, 04:44 PM
I want to integrate this addon in my page, but here the design and the script are mingled together so it does not fit at all to my page
So I wrote a new version with a very pure design, you can define your layout yourself in the stylesheet
it uses css in an external css-file and one addition to the language-file
I tested it with FireFox, Opera and Internet Explorer and Mozilla, using WIN 2000 and WIN XP
I uploaded it and when the boss likes it, it will be published at the download site :oops:
you can see the "pure" version at http://www.photografitti.de/index.php?x=archivecalendar and a more styled version at http://www.photografitti.de/index.php?x=cmgarchiv
02-15-2005, 02:33 PM
Is there a way to start the week with sunday rather than monday? I changed the
$days = array
to start with sunday, but all that does is change the top, not the actual days.
04-15-2005, 10:11 PM
I modified it to work with 1.4's header / footer / you-name-it template functionality. Probably a messy hack, but I trimmed the main string ($punk) down to just the table and reworked some of the classes for easier css control. And I made it work with the string replacement scheme, so that the last few lines look like this:
$punk .= "
$tpl = str_replace("<CAL_ARCHIVE>",$punk,$tpl);
I've yet to look into making the weeks Sunday -> Saturday; are we Americans the only stubborn fools that do it this way? :wink: I did notice that this coming May has the first starting on a Monday instead of a Sunday.
Anyway, I'd be glad to give my changes to somebody who understands the whole system better than I do, if it's worth updating the addon for the whole gang. I don't feel competent enough to do it myself. :oops:
Here it is in action: http://asiftosay.com/index.php?x=calarchive
06-01-2005, 04:19 PM
Where can I download this calendar archive addon? :-)
06-02-2005, 11:15 AM
06-02-2005, 11:32 AM
Got it! Thanks alot!
Just some notes -
I was having problems with the add on calendar_archive by PUNK@PIXELPUNK.SE.
I was able to get it to work by checking the following items in the 1.5 software versions: This add on does not seem to want to be a section of a page but a stand alone page on its own.
a) add the calendar_archive.php to the add directory
b) in the admin area check to ensure that this add on is on:
you will also see:
"Your archive, full page calendar with thumbnails!
Link to the calendar like this: index.php?x=calarchive"
c) make a new file which is blank - in your template folder and call it calachive. Upload this to your hosting directory
d) Add to one of your pages the link to your page
<p><a href="index.php?x=calarchive">View Images by Month!</a></p>
"View Images by Month" can be changed to what every you want - it is the link your viewers will see.
09-05-2006, 06:48 AM
just a typo:
make a new file which is blank - in your template folder and call it calachive.
call it calarchive-template.html
As its not a bug and it is ask for help, Im moving last to post to seperate thread.
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