Display events from the UB Events Calendar on your page.
Promote your upcoming events on your website with the full functionality of the main calendar provided when a user clicks through for more details.
For our online audiences, the master calendar provides a series of UB-wide parameters, including schools, topics, and audiences, to help people discover events that are of interest to them.
For our departments, we can help you to set up custom feeds that pull your events together based on these categories or special pre-arranged 'tags' called Feed Keywords.
All UB constituents can contribute events to the master calendar, while select unit representatives can request access to approve new submissions, manage existing events or build their own custom feeds.
Add the component to the page. There is only one tab.
When it first loads, these default messages are displayed:
Title: Assign a suitable heading for your events feed.
External ID: Supply the main calendar feed ID.
Site: Default is blank (master calendar). This is what most authors should choose.
Entering the wrong site code here may break ALL uses of that feed for 10 minutes.
"No events" text: Display a custom message when there are no events listed in your feed.
New window: Open links in new window.
Display as: The default setting places a large 'calendar' icon beside each event.
Events: Without Date Block
Limit: Set the maximum number of future events to be displayed.
(This was the 'Future Number' setting in the old calendar version.)
NB. Users must click through to the main calendar to use pagination or other navigation features.
Lists display 15 events from the upcoming 180 days
You can reduce the number displayed in the UBCMS, but if you need a longer list, or a different time frame, the feed must be changed in the main calendar.
Show feed icon: Display a small RSS icon in the upper right of the list results.
Show "See All" button: Add a way for people to browse all your events in the master calendar.
"See All" button text: Customize the "See ALL" button label.
"See all" button link: Customize where the "See All" link goes.