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Old 08-11-2009, 02:03 PM   #1
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Installing jMonth calendar, within a content management environment...

Okay, so I'm trying to install jMonth calendar inside of a website I manage from inside of a content management system. The system they have me using only allows me to link to one .css file, and does give me a line for script include in the header.
I have tryed the follwing:

Added the following two lines to the top of the .css that is linked to in the header,

@import url(/undergraduate/calendar/css/cupertino/jquery-ui.cupertino.css)
@import url(/undergraduate/calendar/css/core.css)
And for script include:
<script type="text/javascript" src="(myurl)/undergraduate/calendar/js/jMonthCalendar.js"></script><script type="text/javascript" src="(myurl)/undergraduate/calendar/js/jMonthCalendar.min.js"></script></script><script type="text/javascript" src="(myurl)/undergraduate/calendar/js/jMonthCalendar.pack.js"></script>
where the .js files are uploaded to the directories indicated.

My page's html code is:

<div id="jMonthCalendar">&nbsp;</div>
<button id="Button">Add More Events</button> <button id="ChangeMonth">Change Month to August 2009</button> </center>
(from the demo page in the Jquery package)

I have all the images uploaded to /css/cupertino/images and stuff.
I'm just getting a page with the two buttons in the html code, nothing more.

What am I needing to do?

Thanks for your help,


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