This is a new plugin for WordPress. It dynanically replaces the standard calendar to an AJAX based one. There are many options that can be set inside the the WordPress Options page.
I apologize for the bad links. They are getting fixed across the site now. Thanks.
I took a look at the Live Calendar plugin and completly rewritten it to use a more modular system. AJAXCalendar now uses the prototype.js library for it’s AJAX routines and a slightly modified Active Calendar for the calendar routines. The systems is fully CSS-able though it does not conform to the current WordPress calendar CSS.
Download the Program:
- Version 0.8.1 Lost
- Version 0.8.2 Not Released
- Version 0.8.3 Lost
- Version 0.8.6 ajaxcalendar-0.8.6.tar.gz
Installation (Please see the readme.txt file for the most current information) :
- Uncompress ajaxcalendar-#.#.#.tar.gz into your wp-content/plugins folder.
- Activate the plugin in the Plugin Management section of your WordPress install.
- Make sure you have the following where you want the calendar to be displayed (e.g.: your theme’s index.php/home.php). For the admin side of the side, the plugin will try to automatically insert the div for you in the Lastest Activity Box. You can also disable the auto insert and hack wp-admin/index.php and insert the same code in there. NOTE: it is the div tag that makes the system work. The call to get calendar is only there to be a fallback in case the AJAX does not work.
<div id="calendar"> <?php get_calendar(); ?> </div>
- Check you options on the Options | AjaxCal page.
- All Done
- Add in the alt/text tags the title of the posts or some type of drop down.
- Use WP calendar CSS tags
- Use WP start of week option