People need to see your calendar in order to use it. We will do this via the Install tab.

Publishing your calendar

After logging in to DisplayChurch.Events, publish your calendar via Setup or via Install.

PUBLISH VIA SETUP

1. Click on Setup (gold box below).

2. Click the Published button to toggle it on (brown box below). The button will turn blue.

3. Click on Submit to save your changes.

OR

PUBLISH VIA INSTALL

1. Click on Install (blue box below).

2. Click the Published button to toggle it on (blue arrow below). The button will turn blue.

Then, click on Submit (brown arrow above) to save your changes.

Sharing your calendar

When your screen refreshes, you will see that you now have a sharable URL (brown box below). As the note on the screen says, this is the URL to use in an email or any Instant Messenger App - like on a mobile phone.

If you want to use this URL, you can copy it by clicking Copy.

Embedding your calendar on your website

In addition to the Sharable URL, you will also see three options: Default setup (gold box above), Wix (black box above) and Quick setup (not recommended, turquoise box above).

Although the Quick setup takes a bit less time, it often causes issues and conflicts with website software. As a result, it is not recommended.


Step 1: As you hover near Default setup, it will turn blue. Click on the arrow to open this option. You will see the following items.

Step 2: Click on website in the pink box above. You will be redirected to the Your Websites page.

2a. Click on Add Website (blue button at top right-hand side of page in image above).

2b. Type your website domain name in the Website Address line (turquoise arrow above).

2c. Click on Submit. The page will refresh.

2d. You will see the website you added displayed in Active status.

***RETURN TO THE INSTALL PAGE***

Step 3: Copy the html code in #1 (below) and install it into the head of your website. This is a one-time thing. If you cannot access the head of your website, you will include this html code in the next step.

Step 4: Copy the html code in #2.a (above) and put it on the page on which you want the calendar to appear.

If you need to, put the html code from #1 on the page BEFORE or AFTER the html code from #2.a.

If your calendar is not displaying properly, try using the html code from #2.b (above) instead.

As you can see from this example, the html code from #2.a is before the html code from #1.


Step 1: As you hover near Wix, it will turn blue. Click on the arrow to open this option. You will see the follow items.

Step 2: Click on website in the pink box above. You will be redirected to the Your Websites page.

2a. Click on Add Website (blue button at top right-hand side of page in image above).

2b. Type your website domain name in the Website Address line (turquoise arrow above).

2c. Click on Submit. The page will refresh.

2d. You will see the website you added displayed in Active status.

***RETURN TO THE INSTALL PAGE***

Step 3: Copy the html code in #1 (below) and install it into the head of your Wix website. Mark it Essential. This is a one-time thing.

Step 4: Copy the html code in #2 (above) and put it on the page on which you want the calendar to appear.


Step 1: As you hover near Quick setup, it will turn blue. Click on the arrow to open this option. You will see the follow items.

Step 2: Click on website in the pink box above. You will be redirected to the Your Websites page.

2a. Click on Add Website (blue button at top right-hand side of page in image above).

2b. Type your website domain name in the Website Address line (turquoise arrow above).

2c. Click on Submit. The page will refresh.

2d. You will see the website you added displayed in Active status.

***RETURN TO THE INSTALL PAGE***

Step 3: Copy the first choice of html code (below) and put it on the page on which you want the calendar to appear.

Step 4: If this does not look good, try the second code option (in Experimental section above).

Step 5: If neither of these work, use the Default setup instead.

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