Events Calendar 1.1 PHP script

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    Specification

  • Version: 1.1
  • File size: 0 KB
  • File name: calen11.zip
  • Last update:
  • Platform: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
  • Language: PHP
  • Price:Free Trial / Commerc
  • Company: WebBiscuits Software Ltd Sti (View more)

Events Calendar 1.1 script description:




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Events Calendar allows you to keep your customers, members, visitors and anybody in your organization informed about up-coming activities. It displays your events in an annual calendar view, or by monthly, weekly and even breaks down to daily time slot. People who do not want to miss your events can set themselves email reminders to get notified before the event takes place.

Features

Display Calendar of Events
- Browse event types and upcoming events in calendar format
- Search events by title or venue
- Show calendar by yearly, monthly, weekly or on daily basis.
- Publish event information such as Title, Venue, Date, Time, Description and Contact Person
- Set event reminder to remind yourself about upcoming events
- Insert name, email address and message to tell a friend about an event
Recurring Events
- Display recurring events in your calendar automatically
- Set Interval Period on every 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th week from Monday to Sunday
- Recurring day must within the range of an event start day until the last day of an event
Write About Events
- Support HTML editor which is supported in IE, Firefox and Modzilla web browsers
- Write event description with different fonts, color, size, alignment, insert images and tables
- Include short notes or summaries of an event in each cell
Easy-to-Use Back-End System
- Add, edit and update Event Type, Title, Venue, Date, Time, Description, etc.
- Set event as Highlight Event
- Personalize Tell-a-Friend email
- Set your calendar display fonts and colors
- Support local time zone, multiple date and time formats
- Define front-end CSS
Requirements: · PHP 4.2 or above · ZLib library · GD 1.6.2 , GD 2.0 library or higher · Enable EXIF · Safe_Mode = OFF · Open_Basedir = EMPTY VALUE · MySQL 3, MySQL 4
Events Calendar 1.1 is a PHP script for Calendar Systems scripts design by WebBiscuits Software Ltd Sti. It runs on following operating system: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris.

Operating system:
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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