27 votes8 comments · Feature Ideas » The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →solution provided · AdminModern Tribe (Product Owner, The Events Calendar by Modern Tribe) responded
Check out our extension which allows you do do various kinds of advanced exports :) https://theeventscalendar.com/extensions/advanced-ical-export/
I would like this as a full rolling year or even allow the user to define the number of previous days and number of future days. Maybe another parameter in the link?
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I think, this could be easily done by matching the UID in the .ics feed.
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We are planning to add this functionality when we have some open development resources to complete it. Thank you all for your patience!
This snippet changes the “iCal Export” buttons to be webcal:// links, which suggests to calendar applications that they should subscribe instead of downloading the .ics file.
It requires The Events Calendar version 4.6.5 or newer.
Please reference https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/implementing-custom-code-snippets/ for how to implement custom code snippets and let us know how this works for you.
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These calendars are widely used around the globe. There should be support for it, just like multi-lingual support.
Available library: https://www.phpclasses.org/browse/file/43092.html
Many big players have included native support for Hijri calendar in their SDKs and software. Below are some:
(Java Hijri calendar support)[https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/java/time/chrono/HijrahChronology.html]
(Apple supports the Hijri calendar in 5 of their SDKs (Software Development Kits))[https://developer.apple.com/documentation/foundation/calendar.identifier]
(Microsoft Windows supports Hijri calendar naively)[https://www.microsoft.com/middleeast/msdn/ArabicCalendar.aspx]
(Microsoft Office has native support)[https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/office_global_experience/2010/01/13/um-al-qura-calendar-support-in-office-2010/]
(Android Hijri calendar support)[https://developer.android.com/reference/android/icu/util/IslamicCalendar.html]
(Google Calendar allows Hijri calendar as an alternate calendar)[https://www.maketecheasier.com/display-alternate-calendar-google-calendar/]
Yeah, secondary calendars would be great, I would like Umm al-Qura Hijri calendar, more info:
Or since there are (many types of calendars)[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_calendars], even if we can define/import custom secondary calendars with the Gregorian calendar as the reference point. Importing custom calendars could be in this CSV format:
Should also be able to define the name and number of the months (in the custom calendar) like so;
Month_Number, Month_Name, Month_Name_AR
1, Muharram, مُحَرَّم
2, Safar, صفر
&etc... until 12
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Good idea, but I think it already exists, example; http://wpshindig.com/event/openhack-monthly-meetup/2017-11-06/
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Thank you for the idea James!