If you want to display one or more of our calendars on your website we have two options
1) RSS Feed
2) A WebCAL/ICAL Link that allows you to read in ical format
3) Remote embedded Feed
RSS Feeds can be used within coding of websites and bookmark browsers.
You can use the links within coding like ASP.net, Classic ASP, PHP and Jquery
With these links it creates a file that can be manipulated within your own code.
To link to the calendar feed please use the below link which will give you this years events (366 days of events)
Below are our links that you can use to get an ical feed from our calendars
ALL Calendars: webcal://www.pwcforums.co.uk/index.php?/calendar/download/
Community Calendar: webcal://www.pwcforums.co.uk/index.php?/calendar/1-community-calendar/download/
Member Meet up Dates: webcal://www.pwcforums.co.uk/index.php?/calendar/2-member-meet-up-dates/download/
Official Chamionship Events: webcal://www.pwcforums.co.uk/index.php?/calendar/3-official-chamionship-events/download/
Using these links you can create/sync with your own CMS/Diary like Google Calendar etc.
REMOTE EMBEDDED FEED
You can use the code Snippet below to embed a feed from PWCForums.co.uk straight into your website, just copy and paste the code below into your webpage.
<iframe src="http://server1.pwcforums.co.uk/latest-events.php?FR=&LC=%230000EE&PB=%23fbfbfb&TC=%23000000&B=%23e5eeff&BS=0&BC=%23000000&HR=e5eeff&MC=red&DC=%23e5eeff&DCC=%23e5eeff" frameborder=0 scrolling=auto height=360px; width='100%'></iframe>
PLEASE NOTE : If you want to place a # in the querystring for the colours please type %23 not #
Once you have copied the above code within the CODE Commands you can edit the colours and number of events to show. Below is a list of options that can be customized.
FR = This is the number of events to show in the feed (default 5)
LC = This is the colour of the links in the feed
PB = This is the colour of the Main page background.
TC = This is the colour of the standard text in the feed
B = This is the background colour of the heading line (upcoming events)
BS = This is the size of the border around the heading
BC = This is the colour of the border around the heading
HR = This is the colour of the line between each record in the feed
MC = This is the colour of the month to the left of the record
DC = This is the colour of the day to the left of the record
DCC = This is the colour of the Container around the date on the left of the record
All elements are added by their default value above.
An example is shown below, the below content is embedded into this page using the above code.