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Can any of you digital geniuses tell me how to post our calender to my church blog? We use WordPress, and the best I have been able to do is to link to a PDF copy. Help from the pros would be greatly appreciated.



4 Comments to “Blogging question”


  1. Supreme General Rayegun — April 3, 2011 @ 9:19 pm

    David,

    Easiest thing to do since you’re using WordPress (IMHO) is to create a “page” and name is say “Events” or simply “Calendar” and then use a WP plugin such as this and voila! you have an easy to update (and clickable) and rolling calendar. If that particular plugin doesn’t fit your needs, just search the WP Plugins site using the search term “calendar” and I’m sure you can find something that fits the church needs.

  2. David Hartung — April 3, 2011 @ 10:20 pm

    So there isn’t a way that I can import the Open Office document we create every month?

  3. Darth Venomous — April 4, 2011 @ 8:57 am

    Dunno right offhand, Vicar.  Lemme climb out from this mess that masquerades as ISS Titanic  and I’ll get back to you.

  4. Supreme General Rayegun — April 6, 2011 @ 4:36 pm

    Which application in Open Office are you using to create the calendar? Is it OO Draw?

    At the least, you could copy and paste the items from Draw to WP. It’s kludgy, but things would only have to be typed once.

    I’ll check around as well to see if there’s something else that mighty make it easier.



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