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iCal to HTML...is it possible?


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Hi all.
First, I just want to say that this is a great site and I can already tell that I'm going to frequent here.
But, down to the business at hand, as I am in a bit of a crunch. I am in charge of maintaining a website for one of the offices on my campus (University of South Carolina) and one of the things I need to create is a calendar. I love the look of the iCal calendars, but the only problem is converting them to HTML. Is there any way to do this? I've searched and searched on google and the like but to no avail.
If I can't do it, do you guys (and gals) have any suggestions for me?
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well its a bit of a bodge job...
but print screen the calender and upload the jpeg or what ever file you make to your site

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well its a bit of a bodge job...
but print screen the calender and upload the jpeg or what ever file you make to your site
i considered that, but they want the calendar to be "interactive." so, say they want more information on "Pre-Medical Camps" they can click the link and it will take them to a different page.
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You can easily publish iCal calendars to a web page if you have a .Mac account or access to a server:

Simply select the calendar and then select 'Calendar> Publish'.

It will ask you for your .Mac or server details and will then upload it as a html page that looks like this:

http://ical.mac.com/WebObjects/iCal....ch&n=iSale.ics
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